Hourly Minimum Wage Rates by Year
Pursuant to Public Act 101-0001
- New employees (first 90 days of employment) over the age of 18 may be paid up to 50 cents less per hour.
- Beginning, January 1, 2020, if a worker under 18 works more than 650 hours for the employer during any calendar year, they must be paid the regular (over 18 wage).
- Tipped employees may be paid 60% of the hourly minimum wage.
- Certain employees must be paid overtime, at time and one-half of the regular rate, after 40 hours of work in a workweek.
Illinois State Minimum Wage Chart
|Year||Minimum Wage||Tipped||Youths (under 18) (working less than 650 hours per calendar year)|
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