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State of Tipped Workers - HAWAII

State of Tipped Workers - HAWAII

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State of Tipped Workers - HAWAII
State of Tipped Workers - HAWAII

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Restaurant Opportunities Centers United
www.rocunited.org
COUNTER ATTENDANTS
The federal minimum wage is $7.25, but the federal tipped minimum wage is only $2.13.
Hawaii, with one of the nation’s most vibrant restaurant industries, pays tipped workers $7.00, only one quarter less than the full minimum wage.
Including tips, tipped workers earn a median wage of $9.95 — equivalent to $20,696 for a full-time year-round employee.
However, tipped workers generally are allowed part-time schedules that vary by season, and tips fluctuate by season and shift, leaving many restaurant workers in a precarious situation.
The Rising American Electorate refers to the demographic groups that are growing the most rapidly, historically with lower voter participation rates, but whose growing civic engagement has been crucial in tipping the scales in recent elections.
Tipped workers are primarily women, over 40% are moms, and although many are married, nearly half of these are single moms.
Although the median age for tipped workers is 35, half of them are younger. And they are racially diverse, overrepresented by Latinos, Asians, and African Americans compared to the broader workforce. They are also a highly educated group.
Tipped workers are a snapshot of the RAE.
TIPPED WORKERS AND THE RISING AMERICAN ELECTORATE
THE STATE OF TIPPED WORKERS
In Hawaii
 there are nearly 34,000 tipped workers, and over 63% of these work in the restaurant industry. The restaurant industry employs nearly 10% of the workforce and is one of the fastest growing sectors of the US economy. Unfortunately, the restaurant industry offers several of Hawaii’s lowest paid jobs.
Three of the ten lowest paid occupations are in the restaurant industry, and one of these is a tipped occupation.TIPPED MINIMUM WAGE
$7.00
MINIMUM WAGE
$7.25
MEDIAN WAGE FOR TIPPED WORKERSINCLUDING TIPS
$9.95
GENDER
52%
 4      8      %
TIPPED WORKERS WHOWORK IN RESTAURANTS
63%
LOWEST PAID
TIPPED OCCUPATION
HAWAII

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