Vermont Dept of Labor announced Minimum Wage Increase for 2021

Date: October 23, 2020

The Vermont Department of Labor recently announced an increase to the State’s minimum wage. The increase is based on legislative action taken requiring Vermont’s minimum wage to increase by $.79, from $10.96 to $11.75 and the tipped wage will increase to $5.88/hour (a $.40 increase).

The wage is set to increase to $12.55 on January 1, 2022 (an $.80 increase) and as it stands now, then will go back to annual increases based on inflation. For more information about the Vermont Department of Labor, visit:

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