Minimum wages for 2015

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  •  Federal: $7.25

  • Federal contractors: $10.10

  • Alabama: $7.25

  • Alaska: $8.75

  • Arizona: $8.05

  • Arkansas: $7.50

  • California: $9.00

  • San Diego: $9.75

  • San Francisco: $11.05 ($12.25 effective May 2015)

  • Colorado: $8.23

  • Connecticut: $9.15

  • Delaware: $8.25 (effective June 2015)

  • District of Columbia: $10.50 (effective July 2015)

  • Florida: $8.05

  • Georgia: $7.25

  • Hawaii: $7.75 

  • Idaho: $7.25

  • Illinois: $8.25

  • Chicago: $10.00 (effective July 2015)

  • Indiana: $7.25 Iowa: $7.25

  • Kansas: $7.25

  • Kentucky: $7.25

  • Louisiana: $7.25

  • Maine: $7.50

  • Maryland: $8.00 ($8.25 effective July 2015)

  • Massachusetts: $9.00 

  • Michigan: $8.15

  • Minnesota: $8.00/$6.50 for large/small employers ($9.00/$7.25 effective August 2015)

  • Mississippi: $7.25

  • Missouri: $7.65

  • Montana: $8.05

  • Nebraska: $8.00

  • Nevada: $7.25 ($8.25 for employees without health benefits)

  • New Hampshire: $7.25 New Jersey: $8.38 New Mexico: $7.50

  • Albuquerque: $8.75

  • New York: $8.75

  • North Carolina: $7.25

  • North Dakota: $7.25

  • Ohio: $8.10

  • Oklahoma: $7.25

  • Oregon: $9.25

  • Pennsylvania: $7.25

  • Puerto Rico: $7.25

  • Rhode Island: $9.00

  • South Carolina: $7.25

  • South Dakota: $8.50

  • Tennessee: $7.25

  • Texas: $7.25

  • Utah: $7.25

  • Vermont: $9.15

  • Virginia: $7.25

  • Washington: $9.47

  • Seattle: $10.00 or $11.00 (contingent on employer size)

  • West Virginia: $8.00 ($8.75 effective December 31, 2015)

  • Wisconsin: $7.25

  • Wyoming: $7.25