States with Minimum Wage Changes

While Indiana’s minimum wage remains unchanged at $7.25/hr., several other states will increase their minimum wage for workers in 2019. Check with your payroll department to make sure your organization is in compliance.

State 2019 Minimum Wage
Alaska $9.89
Arizona $11.00
Arkansas $9.25
California $12.00 for employers with 26+ employees
Colorado $11.10
Delaware $8.75 (current); $9.25 (effective October 1, 2019)
Washington D.C. $13.25 (current); $14.00 (effective July 1, 2019)
Florida $8.46
Maine $11.00
Massachusetts $12.00
Michigan $9.25 (current); $9.45 (effective April 1, 2019)
Minnesota $9.86 (listed rate for large employers; small employers are $8.04)
Missouri $8.60
Montana $8.50
New Jersey $8.85
New York $11.10 (statewide minimum wages apply in areas that are not governed by a higher, local minimum wage ordinance, like New York City)
Ohio $8.55
Oregon $10.75 (current); $11.25 (effective July 1, 2019; statewide minimum wages apply in areas that are not governed by a higher, local minimum wage ordinance, like Portland Metro)
Rhode Island $10.50
South Dakota $9.10
Vermont $10.78
Washington $12.00

Information courtesy of Paycor (https://www.paycor.com/resource-center/minimum-wage-by-state-and-2018-increases)

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