Pennsylvania currently has a state minimum wage rate of $7.25 an hour. This rate is identical to a number of other states and was at one time the baseline for the national minimum wage rate. Early in 2014, state lawmaker... More »

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The starting wage at Lowe's varies depending on the state and the work experience of the employee, but the average is approximately nine dollars an hour. The more work experience in a similar field or other related jobs ... More »

The starting wage for a Home Depot employee is based on the job position, but will not be lower than minimum wage. The amount is also based on the store itself, as one store may offer a higher rate but another store in a... More »

There are three levels of government in Pennsylvania, the most localized being a municipality, otherwise known as a township. In the majority of townships, residents elect a board of three or five supervisors to govern t... More »

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Voters can access information regarding all elections held in Pennsylvania through the Bureau of Commissions, Elections and Legislation, which is housed under the Pennsylvania Department of State. The information include... 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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In August 2015, the average electric rate for Pennsylvania was 10.55 cents per kilowatt-hourThe most recent full-year retail electric rate available shows a rate of 10.63 cents per kwh in Pennsylvania for 2013. More »

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