Walmart Raises Wages, but Still Falls Short of $15 Hourly Minimum

The retailer has historically preferred a pay structure that rewards long-time employees

a walmart employee in a green vest unloading groceries into a car
The hourly wage ranges from $11 to $19. Walmart

In a blog post coinciding with its Q4 earnings announcement, Walmart said it will raise the minimum wage for 425,000 employees in its digital and stocking departments to between $13 and $19 per hour “based on the store’s location and market.”

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