South Dakota Gets First Minimum Wage Bump Tied to Inflation

Scott Swier
Founding Member, Attorney At Law

South Dakota’s minimum wage is rising by a nickel on January 1.  

The jump from $8.50 to $8.55 an hour results from a law voters passed in November 2014, tying the minimum wage to cost of living increases. Tipped employees will see wages go up from $4.25 to $4.28 an hour.


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