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Jeremy Kinney serves food to diners Paul and Vickie Williams of Portland, who were in town to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary, at Taprock Northwest Grill in Grants Pass on Wednesday. Servers like Kinney now make at least $13.50 hourly.

Starting today, the minimum wage in Josephine County is going up 75 cents an hour, to $13.50 from $12.75. But quite a few entry level workers are already doing better than that.

Guy Tauer, economist for the Oregon Employment Department, said only a small portion of jobs in Grants Pass and the county will be directly affected by the state's latest hike in the minimum wage, as many entry-level positions have seen hourly pay increase because of the pandemic. Read More »

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