UC system minimum wage increases to $13 per hour

As reported by the San Jose Mercury News:

The University of California’s plan to raise the minimum wage for all workers systemwide took effect Thursday, the first of three incremental raises expected to bring wages to at least $15 an hour by 2017.

The minimum wage rose to $13 an hour for all university employees hired to work 20 hours or more a week. It will be increased to $14 an hour on Oct. 1, 2016, and to $15 an hour on the same day in 2017.

UC president Janet Napolitano announced the voluntary minimum wage increase in July, the first of its kind to be established by a public university.

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Comments

  1. It used to be common place for colleges to be summer job and part time jobs for students. With the increase in costs for labor these jobs will be gone shortly or the time on the job will be curtailed forcing student types to find other work.

    Now about the OBAMA idiots and health care costs making it stupid to hire people for long terms.

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