Baby Steps...Alaska's Minimum Wage Goes Up 15 Cents An Hour, Or $1.20 Per Day

 Alaska Minimum Wage Goes From $10.19 To $10.34 Per Hour   Twenty states and 32 cities and counties raised their minimum wage on January 1st...

 Alaska Minimum Wage Goes From $10.19 To $10.34 Per Hour  


Twenty states and 32 cities and counties raised their minimum wage on January 1st. Twenty-seven of those places reached or bettered $15 an hour as a minimum wage.
 
Alaska isn't one of them. Alaska's minimum wage went to $10.34 an hour, or 15 cents more an hour than in 2020.
 
This is significantly more than the "federal" minimum wage, which is only $7.25 an hour. 

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