SeaTac Minimum Wage Hike Goes into Effect, Yet Many Are Left Out

January 2, 2014

Workers at large hotels and car services outside the SeaTac International Airport, just south of Seattle, became eligible yesterday for a wage increase to $15 an hour after a groundbreaking ballot initiative to significantly raise the minimum wage passed last November. 

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