Target is raising its workers’ hourly minimum wage for the third time in two years.
The retailer announced the starting wage would grow to $13 per hour from $12 starting in June. The goal is $15 per hour by the end of 2020.
Competitor Walmart early last year raised its starting hourly pay to $11, according to The Associated Press.
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