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 What is the federal minimum wage rate?

Answer According to the US Department of Labor, as of mid-2009, the United States Federal Minimum Wage is $7.25 per hour for "covered, non-exempt employees." Covered employees work for a company that does... Read More »
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What year did the federal minimum wage go into effect&how much was the minimum wage?

The United States has not always had a minimum-wage law. The federally mandated minimum-wage law began in 1938. It was enacted by the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration. At the time, the federall... Read More »
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What is the federal minimum wage in the U.S.?

As of 2010, the federal minimum wage in the United States is set at $7.25 per hour, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. The minimum wage was raised from $6.55 to $7.25 on July 24, 2009.Refer... Read More »
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What was the federal minimum wage in 1970?

In 1970, the federal minimum wage for individuals working in hospitals, nursing homes, schools, laundries, dry cleaners, large hotels, motels and restaurants and on farms was $1.45 per hour, accord... Read More »
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What is the federal minimum wage in Australia?

As of May 2010, the federal minimum wage in Australia is $14.31 per hour, or $543.78 per week. The federal minimum wage is reviewed annually by Australia's Minimum Wages Panel, with the next review... Read More »
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