T-Mobile raising minimum wage to $20 for every employee

Looking for a job? T-Mobile is raising its minimum wage

A T-Mobile sign is illuminated at a store in a shopping mall in Pittsburgh, Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic) (Keith Srakocic, Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved)

SAN ANTONIO – T-Mobile announced Friday that every single employee, regardless of role, or full-time or part-time status, will earn a minimum of $20 an hour.

The mobile carrier’s CEO Mike Sievert said in a blog post that the “vast majority of our employees already earn well above this level, especially when including incentive pay.”

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Sievert said the wage increase is about inclusion and ensuring no employee is left behind.

“This latest move to a baseline $20 minimum is about recognizing our hardworking employees who are the heartbeat of this company,” said Sievert.

T-Mobile landed at No. 51 on Fortune’s top 100 companies to work for in 2021.

The federally established minimum wage is currently $7.25, but many states have legislated minimum wages higher than the federal minimum. Texas has followed the federal minimum wage since 2009.

Access the T-Mobile career center here.


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