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Connecticut’s Minimum Wage to Increase by 69 Cents in January

Gov. Ned Lamont speaks during a Sept. 18, 2023 press conference in Willimantic. Photo credit: Mike Savino, CTNewsjunkie

When the General Assembly approved the gradual increase in minimum wage to $15, they also approved future adjustments based on the ECI.

By Mike Sabino, CTNewsJunkie.com 

Connecticut’s minimum wage will rise to $15.69 in January under the first annual adjustment required by a 2019 law tying the wage to the employment cost index.

The automatic 4.6% increase is dictated by a U.S. Bureau of Labor metric used to measure hourly labor costs.

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