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Wages for Agricultural Workers

Authored By: WA Department of Labor & Industries
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Agricultural workers must earn at least the Washington State minimum wage for all hours worked. Agricultural workers who work more than 40 hours per week are not eligible for overtime pay. While agricultural workers are often paid a piece rate, they still must earn at least the state’s minimum wage for every hour worked.

Last Review and Update: Jan 31, 2020