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Shore Medical Center raises its minimum wage to $15 an hour

SOMERS POINT – Shore Medical Center and Shore Physicians Group announced today that they have raised their minimum wages to $15 an hour. There will also be salary adjustments made for those currently on or close to that threshold. These new wage rates will take place effective the pay period that begins Sunday, Sept. 19.
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