Effective July 1, 2021, two states and several cities/counties will be increasing their minimum wage – this means payroll processes will have to be updated if you have employees in the specific areas. The federal minimum wage is currently $7.25, but many states and cities have their minimum wage set higher than that. Read below for all of the minimum wage updates that are effective July 1, 2021. 

CALIFORNIA

  • Berkeley – $16.32 (including youth work & training)
  • Emeryville – $17.13     
  • Fremont – $15.00 (≤25 employees)
  • Fremont – $15.25 (>26 employees)
  • Long Beach – $15.69 (hotels only)
  • Los Angeles City and Unincorporated Los Angeles County – $15.00 (≤25 employees)
  • Los Angeles City and Unincorporated Log Angeles County – $17.64 (hotels w/ 150+ rooms)
  • Malibu – $15.00 (≤25 employees)
  • Milpitas – $15.65 
  • Pasadena – $15.00 (≤25 employees)
  • San Francisco – $16.32 
  • San Francisco – $14.44 (government-supported employee)
  • Santa Monica – $15.00 (≤25 employees, non-hotel)
  • Santa Monica – $17.64 (hotels)

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

  • District of Columbia – $15.20
  • District of Columbia – $5.05 (tipped employee)

ILLINOIS

  • Chicago – $15.00 (>21 employees)
  • Chicago – $9.00 (>21 employees, tipped employees)
  • Chicago – $14.00 (4 to 20 employees)
  • Chicago – $8.40 (4 to 20 employees, tipped employee)
  • Chicago – $11.00 (youth wage)
  • Chicago – $6.60 (youth wage, tipped employee)
  • Cook County – $6.90 (tipped employee)

MARYLAND

  • Montgomery County – $13.50 (1 to 10 employees)
  • Montgomery County – $14.00 (11 to 50 employees)
  • Montgomery County – $15.00 (>51 employees)

MINNESOTA

  • Minneapolis – $14.25 (>100 employees) 
  • Minneapolis – $12.50 (≤100 employees) 
  • St. Paul – $12.50 (101 to 1,000 employees)
  • St. Paul – $11.00 (6 to 100 employees)
  • St. Paul (≤5 employees)

NEVADA

  • Statewide – $8.75 (employees who receive health benefits that meet certain criteria)
  • Statewide – $9.75 (employees who do not receive sufficient benefits)

NEW YORK

  • Cities outside of NYC – $15.00 (fast food employees only)

OREGON

  • Within Portland’s Urban Growth Boundary – $14.00
  • Nonurban Counties – $12.00
  • All other “Standard” Counties – $12.75

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