Target Is Increasing It's Starting Wage

After increasing its starting wage to $15 for all workers a few years ago, Target now plans to expand the range of its starting wage to up to $24 an hour. 

The starting wage at the Minneapolis-based retailer will range from $15-$24 an hour, with the exact starting wage depending on the job and the local market, Target said Monday

Wages will be set based on "industry benchmarking, local wage data and more" but Target did not say where exactly the starting wages would be the highest. This new minimum wage will apply to all hourly workers in Target stores, supply chain facilities and headquarters locations.


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