The minimum wage in Montana is $9.95 per hour which is up from $9.20 per hour the previous year.
Workers who receive tips can be paid a lower hourly wage, but their tips must bring them up to at least the minimum wage. Some workers are exempt from the minimum wage law, including those who work in certain agricultural jobs, student-learners, and disabled workers. The minimum wage in Montana is higher than the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour.
The average wage in Montana is $21.46 per hour. The median wage is the wage at which half of workers earn less and half earn more. Median wage is $20.69 for Montana.
Wages are generally higher in Montana than in other states. The cost of living in Montana is also higher than in many other states.