Target has announced that it is raising its minimum wage to $11, with a promise to increase it to $15 by 2020. Wal-Mart has set its minimum wage at $10. Both of these are almost double Georgia’s minimum wage is $5.15, which is superceded by the Federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour.
Is it time for Georgia, often cited as the #1 place to do business, to invest in its workforce by increasing its minimum wage to at least $10? Let your voice be heard in the poll and the comment section.