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IKEA, Gap, and these eight companies pay entry-level employees more than the federal minimum wage. Can you guess which company pays the best?
June 26, 2014
Minimum hourly wage: $11
The starting pay for an employee at Whole Foods Market, a natural-foods store, is $11. The average hourly pay for employees in 2013 was $18.89, according to a company report.
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