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 What is the national minimum wage in the U.S.?

Answer As of July 24, 2009, the national minimum wage in the United States is $7.25 per hour. Most states have additional minimum wage laws. According to the Fair Labor Standards Act, all U.S. employees a... 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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When was the national minimum wage introduced?

U.S. Federal minimum wage was put into place in 1938 as part of the Fair Labor Standards Act. It was $0.25 per hour in 1938, and has risen to $7.25 per hour, effective July of 2009.References:US De... Read More »
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Living Wage Vs. Minimum Wage?

Many U.S. cities have adopted popular but controversial living wage ordinances which require certain companies and industries who receive government contracts or tax incentives to pay wages that ar... Read More »
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What is the minimum wage in CT?

Minimum wage in Connecticut is currently $8 per hour; however, the state minimum wage will be raised to $8.25 per hour effective January 1, 2010, a full dollar higher than the federal minimum wage.... Read More »
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