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2024 State Minimum Wage Charts

It's time again for a look at scheduled state- and local-level wage increases that will take effect on January 1, 2024, along with some rate changes that occurred in late 2023 before publication. Employers can use this information to determine the minimum amount they must pay non-exempt, tipped, and certain exempt employees. Before we chart out these rates, we briefly highlight some notable rate-related developments that occurred in the second half of 2023 and discuss how inflation still impacts minimum pay standards. Pending or future legislation might change rates that will apply in 2024, so we recommend employers monitor legislative developments and consult with counsel to confirm rates did not change since publication.
Temperatures May Decrease, but U.S. Minimum Wage, Tip, and Exempt Employee Pay Will Increase on January 1, 2024 in Parts of the Country
Littler | Nov 2023

A New Year’s Survey of State Minimum Wage Increases
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2024 State and Major Locality Minimum Wage Updates
Ogletree | Dec 2023
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NCSL | Oct 2023

Here’s where the minimum wage will increase next year
CNN | Dec 2023

Exempt Employees: Minimum Salary Requirements for 2024
Your Guide to 2024 Minimum Wages
ADP | Nov 2023

Minimum Wage by State and 2024 Increases
Paycor | Dec 2023

State Minimum Wage Laws
US DOL | Sep 2023

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