With January 1, 2023, comes new minimum wages for 23 states that track inflation yearly for their minimum wage rates. We’ve incorporated this information into our city and county 2023 minimum wage listings. New 2023 Minimum Wage in 23 states: Alaska 2023 Minimum Wage: $10.85 Arizona $13.85, California $15.50, Colorado $13.65 , Connecticut, Delaware […]
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