Michigan’s Minimum Wage Will Get A Bump Up After The New Year
Beginning January 1st, Michigan worker's currently making minimum wage will go from making $8.50 and hour to $8.90 an hour.
According to MLive, this change comes from legislation decided back in 2014; a decision to "raise the state's wage floor for most adults working in hourly positions (excluding tipped positions) in places with two or more employees age 16 or older." Minimum wage was $7.40 in 2014, and in 2018, it'll be $9.25,
MLive did the math, full-time minimum wage workers will earn about an extra $832 per year. Read more about the minimum wage increase HERE.