New Jersey's Hudson County to Make Living Wage a Lasting Wage

February 28, 2014

The first of its kind in the Garden State, Hudson County, N.J., passed an ordinance that will index the county's living wage to inflation. The Freeholder Board unanimously approved the measure, as expected, which will make the current wage of $10.88 go up to $11.13 per hour when it goes into effect.

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