Appendix B.

Minimum Wage Impact Tables

Wage Item

MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE INDUSTRY Current Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $2.77 $2.91 $3.05 $3.19 $3.32 $7.99 $40,947 $7.99 $40,950 $7.99 $40,954 $7.99 $40,961 $8.00 $40,971

$3.46 $8.00 $40,987

Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected

0.01%

0.02%

0.04%

0.06%

0.10%

26

42

64

74

187

Total Employment = 5,124 employees

Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern.

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Wage Item

MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE FISH CANNING AND PROCESSING INDUSTRY Current Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $3.26 $3.42 $3.59 $3.75 $3.91 $3.60 $17,154 $3.68 $17,532 $3.80 $18,078 $3.92 $18,685 $4.06 $19,330

$4.07 $4.20 $19,987

Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected

2.21%

5.39%

8.93%

12.69%

16.51%

3198

3470

3771

3971

4059

Total Employment = 4,738 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern.

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Wage Item

MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE PETROLEUM MARKETING INDUSTRY Current Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $3.85 $4.04 $4.24 $4.43 $4.62 $5.92 $89 $5.93 $89 $5.98 $90 $6.04 $91 $6.11 $92

$4.81 $6.19 $93

Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected

0.18%

1.08%

2.11%

3.31%

4.60%

4

4

5

6

6

Total Employment = 15 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern.

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MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE SHIPPING AND TRANSPORTATION: CLASSIFICATION A INDUSTRY Current Wage Item Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $4.09 $4.29 $4.50 $4.70 $4.91 $5.11 Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected Total Employment = 289 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern. $4.41 $1,275 $4.56 $1,317 $4.72 $1,365 $4.89 $1,413 $5.07 $1,464 $5.24 $1,515

3.32%

7.05%

10.81%

14.84%

18.78%

223

230

240

246

256

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MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE SHIPPING AND TRANSPORTATION: CLASSIFICATION B INDUSTRY Current Wage Item Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $3.92 $4.12 $4.31 $4.51 $4.70 $4.90 Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected Total Employment = 5 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern. $4.57 $23 $4.69 $23 $4.81 $24 $4.93 $25 $5.04 $25 $5.16 $26

2.62%

5.12%

7.74%

10.24%

12.86%

3

3

3

3

3

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MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE SHIPPING AND TRANSPORTATION: CLASSIFICATION C INDUSTRY Current Wage Item Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $3.88 $4.07 $4.27 $4.46 $4.66 $4.85 Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected Total Employment = 87 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern. $5.30 $461 $5.34 $465 $5.38 $468 $5.43 $472 $5.51 $480 $5.61 $488

0.77%

1.37%

2.39%

3.96%

5.68%

5

25

25

39

44

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Wage Item

MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY Current Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $3.60 $3.78 $3.96 $4.14 $4.32 $4.81 $1,164 $4.83 $1,170 $4.87 $1,178 $4.94 $1,196 $5.03 $1,217

$4.50 $5.12 $1,239

Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected

0.52%

1.24%

2.75%

4.55%

6.43%

45

48

113

121

122

Total Employment = 243 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern.

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MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE RETAILING, WHOLESALING AND WAREHOUSING INDUSTRY Current Wage Item Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $3.10 $3.26 $3.41 $3.57 $3.72 $3.88 Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected Total Employment = 1,267 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern. $4.55 $5,769 $4.59 $5,820 $4.64 $5,881 $4.70 $5,957 $4.77 $6,049 $4.86 $6,156

0.88%

1.95%

3.27%

4.86%

6.71%

356

436

558

619

718

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Wage Item

MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE PRINTING INDUSTRY Current Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $3.50 $3.68 $3.85 $4.03 $4.20 $4.13 $54 $4.19 $54 $4.24 $55 $4.31 $56 $4.44 $58

$4.38 $4.58 $60

Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected

1.34%

2.60%

4.28%

7.44%

10.79%

4

4

10

10

10

Total Employment = 13 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern.

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Wage Item

MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE PUBLISHING INDUSTRY Current Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $3.63 $3.81 $3.99 $4.17 $4.36 $8.14 $171 $8.31 $175 $8.36 $176 $8.42 $177 $8.47 $178

$4.54 $8.53 $179

Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected

2.11%

2.71%

3.36%

4.02%

4.71%

5

7

7

7

7

Total Employment = 21 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern.

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Wage Item

MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE FINANCE AND INSURANCE INDUSTRY Current Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $3.99 $4.19 $4.39 $4.59 $4.79 $7.90 $1,012 $7.92 $1,013 $7.95 $1,017 $7.99 $1,023 $8.04 $1,030

$4.99 $8.10 $1,037

Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected

0.16%

0.56%

1.14%

1.76%

2.51%

5

25

31

31

44

Total Employment = 131 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern.

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Wage Item

MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE SHIP MAINTENANCE INDUSTRY Current Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $3.34 $3.51 $3.67 $3.84 $4.01 $6.54 $164 $6.54 $164 $6.54 $164 $6.54 $164 $6.54 $164

$4.18 $6.55 $164

Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.01%

0.11%

0

0

0

1

1

Total Employment = 25 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern.

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Wage Item

MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE HOTEL INDUSTRY Current Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $2.86 $3.00 $3.15 $3.29 $3.43 $4.07 $566 $4.08 $567 $4.12 $572 $4.17 $580 $4.24 $589

$3.58 $4.31 $599

Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected

0.19%

1.09%

2.37%

4.00%

5.88%

26

42

64

74

187

Total Employment = 139 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern.

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Wage Item

MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE TOUR AND TRAVEL SERVICE INDUSTRY Current Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $3.31 $3.48 $3.64 $3.81 $3.97 $6.71 $34 $6.71 $34 $6.74 $34 $6.77 $34 $6.81 $34

$4.14 $6.84 $34

Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected

0.00%

0.42%

0.92%

1.40%

1.91%

0

1

1

1

1

Total Employment = 5 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern.

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MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE PRIVATE HOSPITAL AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION INDUSTRY Current Wage Item Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $3.33 $3.50 $3.66 $3.83 $4.00 $4.16 Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected Total Employment = 59 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern. $3.23 $191 $3.54 $209 $3.69 $217 $3.84 $227 $4.00 $236 $4.16 $245

9.63%

13.94%

18.75%

23.76%

28.66%

48

52

56

58

59

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Wage Item

MINIMUM WAGE IMPACT TABLE MISCELLANEOUS INDUSTRY Current Minimum1 Alternative Minimum Wage2 $2.57 $2.70 $2.83 $2.96 $3.08 $5.01 $516 $5.01 $516 $5.01 $516 $5.02 $517 $5.04 $519

$3.21 $5.06 $521

Average Hourly Wage Total Hourly Income Increase in Total Hourly Income3 Employees Directly Affected

0.05%

0.12%

0.22%

0.55%

1.00%

2

4

4

18

19

Total Employment = 103 employees Note: The actual wage cost resulting from the increases in the minimum wage, as shown in the table, might include (in addition to the wage increases necessary to bring the subminimum wage employees up to the minimum) eventual wage increases for hourly employees paid at or above the minimum wage in order to maintain the prior relative wage pattern.

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