Workers across several states will see a bump to their paychecks in 2017.
The minimum wage in Massachusetts moves from $10 to $11 an hour today, tying it with Washington as the state with the highest wage in the country.
In Vermont, the minimum wage moves to $10 per hour, up from $9.60. The minimum wage for tipped employees also increased, to $5 an hour.
New York City’s new minimum wage has been bumped to $11 or $10.50 for an employers with less than 10 workers. Upstate, the wage increases to $9.70.
Connecticut’s minimum wage increases to $10.10.