Vermont Minimum Wage Law

The minimum wage rate in Vermont is $6.25 per hour.

Vermont's minimum wage law covers all employers with two or more employees. The term employee does not include individuals employed in: (1) agriculture; (2) domestic service; (3) federal or state employees; (4) publicly supported nonprofit organizations except practical nurses, nurses' aides, and laundry employees; (5) bona fide executive, administrative or professional capacity; (6) individuals employed to deliver newspapers to homes; (7) taxicab drivers; (8) outside salespersons; and (9) students working during all or any part of the school year or during vacations.