The state which offers the highest minimum wage is Washington state at $9.47 an hour, as of 2015. The District of Columbia holds the highest minimum wage in the country at $10.50 an hour. More »

The National Conference of State Legislatures has a web page devoted to minimum wage for each state, as of 2015. This web page also allows users to search for minimum wage legislation particular to their individual state... More »

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Washington State has a minimum wage of $9.47, which is the highest of the 50 states, as of September 2015. The federal district D.C. has a minimum wage of $10.50 per hour and is therefore the jurisdiction with the highes... More »

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The minimum wage of $10.10 an hour goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2015, for all workers on new and renewed federal government contracts. For all other Americans, there is no federal minimum wage increase unless Congress pas... More »

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Washington State has a minimum wage of $9.47, which is the highest of the 50 states, as of September 2015. The federal district D.C. has a minimum wage of $10.50 per hour and is therefore the jurisdiction with the highes... More »

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The minimum wage rate in 2014 ranged from no state-minimum-wage rate to $9.32 per hour in Washington state, as reported by CNN Money. In states with wages below the federal rate, set at $7.25 per hour in 2014, the federa... More »

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As of December, 2014, the minimum wage for the state of Missouri was $7.50 per hour. In 2015, that rate will go up to $7.65 per hour. More »

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