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San Francisco to Raise Minimum Wage to $9.36 Per Hour

SAN FRANCISCO - Beginning Jan. 1, all businesses in San Francisco will be required to pay employees at least $9.36 per hour, one of the highest hourly minimum wages in the nation, according to the city's Office of Labor Standards Enforcement.

The minimum wage increase is up from $9.14 per hour in 2007 and $8.50 in 2004.

All employees in the city, including undocumented workers, are covered under San Francisco's minimum wage ordinance, according to Rich Waller, the supervising compliance officer for the city's Office of Labor Standards Enforcement. Read More

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