(by State and County as applicable)

Minimum wage laws affect businesses of all sizes, whether operating nationwide, in multiple
jurisdictions, or only in one state, county, or city. Therefore, we have provided a rates-only list of wage
increases that will occur on July 1, 2022. Please note, the wage increase identified below will not only
affect the minimum pay for non-exempt employees, but for exempt employees as well.
Arizona
• Tuscon: $13.00 NOTE: Effective April 1 (https://www.tucsonaz.gov/minimumwage)
California
• Alameda: $15.75 (https://www.alamedaca.gov/Departments/Community-Development/Minimum-Wage)
• Berkeley: $16.99 (https://www.cityofberkeley.info/MWO)
• Emeryville: $17.68 (https://www.ci.emeryville.ca.us/1024/Minimum-Wage-Ordinance)
• Fremont: $16.00 (https://www.fremont.gov)
• Los Angeles City: $16.04 (https://wagesla.lacity.org)
• Los Angeles Co: $15.96 (https://lacounty.gov)
• Milpitas: $15.65 Current rate; new rate to be announced 1 July (https://www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov)
• Pasadena: $16.11 (https://www.cityofpasadena.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/Minimum-Wage-Fact-Sheet.pdf)
• San Francisco: $16.99 (https://sfgov.org/olse)
• Santa Monica: $15.96 (https://www.santamonica.gov)
• Santa Monica: $15.96 (https://www.santamonica.gov)
• West Hollywood: 16.00 <50 employees (https://www.weho.org/business/operate-your-business/minimum-wage)
• West Hollywood: 16.50 >50 employees (https://www.weho.org/business/operate-your-business/minimum-wage)
• West Hollywood: 18.40 Hotel employees (https://www.weho.org/business/operate-your-business/minimum-wage)
Connecticut
• State Wage: $14.00 (https://www1.ctdol.state.ct.us/lmi/ctminimumwage.asp)
District of Columbia
• District Wage: $16.10 (https://www1.ctdol.state.ct.us/lmi/ctminimumwage.asp)

Florida

• State Wage: $11.00 NOTE: Effective September 30 (https://www.state.gov)
Illinois
• Chicago: $14.50 Current rate <20 employees; (https://www.chicago.gov)
• Chicago Wage: $15.40 Current rate >20 employees; (https://www.chicago.gov)
Maryland
• Montgomery Co: $15.65 (https://mocoshow.com)
Minnesota
• Minneapolis: $13.50 <100 employees (http://minimumwage.minneapolismn.gov)
• Minneapolis: $15.00 >100 employees (http://minimumwage.minneapolismn.gov)
• St. Paul: $12.00 <100 employees (https://www.stpaul.gov)
• St. Paul: $13.50 >100 employees (https://www.stpaul.gov)
• St. Paul: $15.00 >10,000 employees (https://www.stpaul.gov)
Nevada
• State Wage: $9.50 Employer offers health benefits (http://labor.nv.gov)
• State Wage: $10.20 Employer does NOT offer health benefits (http//labor.nv.gov)
Oregon
• State Wage: $13.50 (https://www.oregon.gov)
• Portland: $14.75 (https://www.oregon.gov)
• Nonurban Co: $12.50 (https://www.oregon.gov)

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