Target Raising Its Minimum Wage To $15 An Hour, Giving Frontline Workers $200 Coronavirus Bonus

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Target said Wednesday that it is raising its minimum wage for U.S. hourly workers to $15 beginning July 5.

The increase is for all U.S. hourly full-time and part-time team members at stores, distribution centers and headquarters locations, the company said, noting it set a goal in September 2017 to raise the starting rate to $15 an hour by the end of 2020. In June 2019, it increased wages to $13 an hour.

The retailer, based in Minneapolis, also said it will give its frontline store and distribution center hourly workers a one-time recognition bonus of $200 “for their efforts throughout the coronavirus pandemic.”

Read more at USA TODAY.



  1. And then it will fire more people, or prices will go up. Econ 101, companies never eat the cost. Dumb virtue signaling.


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