Nevada Minimum Wage 2024: What You Need to Know

Nevada Minimum Wage 2024: What You Need to Know
What is the minimum wage in Nevada in 2024? Square has everything you need to know about upcoming minimum wage changes.
by Square Nov 10, 2023 — 2 min read
Nevada Minimum Wage 2024: What You Need to Know

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We’ve put together this informative guide on the changing minimum wage in Nevada.

What is the minimum wage in Nevada?

The minimum wage in Nevada increased on July 1, 2023 to $10.25 an hour for employers that provide qualifying health benefits and $11.25 per hour for employers that do not. As of the writing of this article, that’s $3.00 more than the federal minimum wage.

Will the minimum wage change in 2024 and beyond?

Effective July 1, 2024, Nevada’s minimum wage will rise to $12.00 per hour for all employers, regardless of health benefits offered. 


How should small business owners prepare for changes to the minimum wage in Nevada?

The minimum wage in Nevada is constantly changing, which is why it’s important to remain aware of how your business will be affected. It’s also important to analyze your business type to better understand which tier you fall into when it comes to the differing minimum wages and how they will affect your business and your employees. Take the below into consideration when evaluating the Nevada minimum wage changes.

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