Vermont and Washington have both announced new minimum wage rates to take effect on New Year’s Day 2011 based on year-to-year inflation.
Vermont’s Department of Labor announced it will increase that state’s minimum wage from $8.06 to $8.15 based on an annual inflation rate of 1.1 percent as calculated in August.
Washington’s Department of Labor and Industries pegged its yearly inflation rate at 1.4 percent and will thus raise the state’s minimum wage from $8.55 to $8.67 next Jan. 1.
States that peg their minimum wage rates to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for their regions will continue to announce minimum wage changes in the coming weeks.
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