Please note the following:
- Minimum wage rates that will take effect on January 1, 2024, are in red text.
- This table includes major localities with their own minimum wage rates that will increase in 2024. It is not exhaustive of all localities nationwide that may have a minimum wage different from the applicable state or federal rate.
- Jurisdictions that will not have—or have not announced—2024 increases in their minimum wage rates generally are not included in the table below.
- The federal minimum wage remains at $7.25 per hour for non-tipped employees and $2.13 per hour for tipped employees.
- New York State Tipped Employee Wages and Tip Credit: The New York State Department of Labor has proposed regulations that, if adopted, will increase the minimum cash wage for tipped service employees and tipped food service workers, and the corresponding maximum tip credit amounts, beginning on January 1, 2024. We have noted those proposed rates in this table in italics in the New York section.
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