Under the minimum wage law passed last year, minimum wage will increase again in California. For employers who have 26 or more employees, the state minimum wage will be $11.00. For employers who have 25 or fewer employees, the minimum wage will be $10.50 per hour. In the city of San Diego, California, the minimum wage for all employers will remain at $11.50 per hour, but will increase in 2019 by a cost of living adjustment yet to be determined. Many other cities in California have higher minimum wage rates than the state minimum wage.
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