From education and health care, manufacturing and construction through to business and agriculture, American jobs vary in wages.
Billionaire investor Mark Cuban said Thursday that the economy will need a federal minimum wage hike to help workers get back on their feet, especially post-coronavirus.
The governor wants the wage increase to kick in May 1, 2021, instead of in January 2021.
Students at a high school in Jackson, Tennessee are gaining their traditional education while learning the skills needed to work in the manufacturing sector.
Each state has interpreted what a minimum wage is differently, so which one has the lowest?
Amazon's plan to build a mega-fulfillment center in a suburban Illinois city is drawing protest from the mayor.
A farmer discusses how raising minimum wages would impact business-owners like him, as well as American consumers.
Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer's plan to raise the federal minimum wage to $22 per hour is "absurd," former McDonald's USA CEO Ed Rensi warned FOX Business' Dagen McDowell Monday.
The federal minimum wage rate has remained at $7.25 per hour for the past decade.
National Kitchen & Bath Association CEO Bill Darcy shares how he plans to teach middle and high schoolers about job opportunities in his industry.
The federal minimum wage rate has remained at $7.25 per hour for the past decade
A group of families in Massachusetts is fighting a recent court ruling that found that au pairs should be treated as employees entitled to minimum wage.
An estimated 1.3 million workers will now qualify for overtime pay.
The ratio of unemployed people to job openings is less than 1-to-1, compared to a decade ago, when it was 6-to-1.
Across the country, the number of cities and counties with a minimum pay rate of at least $15 will almost double.
San Francisco will have the highest in the country – at $16.61.
Original Perry's owner Paul Fraga said he doesn't think the minimum wage increase in California is helping his employees "at all."
"We’re losing jobs, we’re losing hours, we’re losing tipped income and it’s not good," Full Service Workers Alliance co-founded Simone Barron told FOX Business' Stuart Varney.
Entry-level workers will see higher earnings more than a year ahead of schedule.
Nearly half of full-service restaurants surveyed said they will cut jobs in 2019 because of $15 an hour minimum wage.