Are you looking for a job that pays more than $15 an hour?
The online job market has been a boon for job seekers in recent years.
But there are still some questions to be answered about the salaries and hours that employers are paying.
Here’s what you need to know about the minimum wage in Washington state and other states.
The minimum wage is currently $9.37 an hour in Washington, and the state’s minimum wage of $8.70 per hour is set to rise to $9 in 2021.
That means minimum-wage earners in Washington will have to work two to three more hours a week to make ends meet.
The state also has a law requiring employers to provide a minimum amount of paid sick leave for employees.
Some employers in the state, like Amazon, have also instituted programs to give paid sick time to their employees.
Amazon has more than 1,300 employees in Washington and has implemented programs to provide paid sick days.
The company said it will offer at least 10,000 hours of paid leave to employees in the coming years.
The average pay for Amazon workers is about $21,000 a year, according to data from the Seattle-based company.
Amazon said it plans to offer at most 30 paid sick day days this year.
The Washington state minimum wage also applies to certain employees who are exempt from state or local minimum wage laws.
Those exempt include temporary farm workers, contractors and small businesses.
Amazon says it has no plans to pay its exempt workers more than the minimum.