S.F. mayor announces minimum wage hike to $11.05 an hour

The minimum wage in San Francisco will rise to $11.05 an hour on Jan. 1.

Mayor Ed Lee announced this week the minimum wage hike from its current $10.74 per hour.

The adjustment is part of an annual increase based on the consumer price index that was approved by city voters in 2003.

Next week, San Francisco voters will decide on a ballot measure that would raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour by Jan. 1, 2018.

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