What is the minimum wage in Hawaii?

The minimum wage in Hawaii is currently $7.25 per hour.

Workers who are exempt from the minimum wage law are those at a guaranteed monthly salary of $2000 per month; State and County workers (who are covered instead by HRS 78 and HRS 89); workers in coffee harvesting operations; agricultural workers if employer has fewer than 20 employees; domestic workers; houseparents in charitable organizations; employer’s relatives (brother, sister, brother­in­law, sister­in­law, son, daughter, spouse, parent, parent­in­law); those employed in bona fide executive, administrative, supervisory, or professional capacity; outside salespersons or collectors; those in fish or aquatic farming industry prior to first processing; seafarers; on­call, fixed stand vehicle drivers; golf caddies; student employees of nonprofit school; seasonal employees of certain nonprofit youth camps; and automobile or truck salespersons for licensed dealer.

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