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Recommended citation waltman, j, pittman, s (2002) the determinants of state minimum wage rates: a public policy approach journal of labor research, 23(1), 51-56. Must everyone earn at least minimum wage yes all employees must receive minimum wage unless they are not covered by provincial employment standards or are excluded from the legislation. Publication details cheng, z, nielsen, i & smyth, r (2013) determinants of wage arrears and their implications for the socioeconomic wellbeing of china's migrant workers: evidence from guangdong province.