Minimum wage workers in Florida rung in the New Year with a raise of 15 cents per hour.
As of Jan. 1, hourly workers in the state must be paid at least $8.25 per hour, through an annual adjustment by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (FDEO). The state wage is now $1 higher than the federal minimum, the largest gap between the two since the state’s wage floor was enacted
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