CALIFORNIA FAST-FOOD WORKERS TO GET HUGE PAY RAISES, WILL MAKE MORE THAN PRESCHOOL TEACHERS

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  • 09/29/2023
Minimum wage for California fast-food workers is going up in 2024 and Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom couldn’t be happier.

“This is a big deal,” the governor said Thursday as the state announced the minimum wage for the industry will go up to $20 an hour, up from $15.50, which will remain the minimum wage for all other workers. In an earlier version of the bill Newsom signed Thursday, workers had asked for $22 an hour.

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