The price of an Illinois banquet wedding is set to go up, and this time it’s going to be cheaper than ever.
The state’s hospitality industry will see a 25 percent hike in its hourly wage in 2018, up from an average of $9.55 an hour previously.
The wage hike is in addition to the wage hikes of about 40 percent across the country that have been in place since January 1.
The biggest difference between Illinois and other states is that Illinois doesn’t have an unemployment benefit program, and it doesn’t count people who are self-employed as employees.
The average hourly wage has been increasing by 5 percent each year since the end of 2016.
The increase is expected to continue through 2019.
The Illinois Wage Commission will make a decision on the new hourly wage soon, but there is still a lot of uncertainty about when the increase will take effect.
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner has promised that a new hourly rate will be in place by the end and the state will see wage increases in all industries.
The governor also said that his administration will be working with unions and community organizations to create a unified, fair, and sustainable economy.
The new hourly pay will come into effect for everyone who works for an employer.
It’s expected to last about a year and the increase could increase the cost of a wedding by about $10.
This will be the first time in Illinois history that the hourly wage is increasing, but it could be a temporary fix.
The minimum wage is also increasing.
The Department of Labor has announced that it will increase the minimum wage for hourly employees from $8.50 to $9 in 2018.
This is an average wage increase of about 4 percent for every dollar an employee earns.
It was only announced in February that the minimum salary would increase by another 2.5 percent.
It is expected that the increase in the minimum will be more than double the wage hike for those earning the median wage of $10 an hour.
However, the amount of inflation is expected be about 3.5 times that of the state’s annual inflation rate.
The highest wage increases will be across the board.
In addition to this increase in hourly wages, Illinois is also adding jobs.
The total number of jobs increased in 2018 by 13,700.
That’s a decrease of more than 1 percent, but that doesn’t mean that there’s been a huge job growth.
The number of positions is expected decrease by about 2,700 jobs.
This doesn’t come as a surprise because Illinois is a manufacturing state, which means that many manufacturing jobs are in Illinois.
Illinois has about 8,600 manufacturing jobs.
Many of these jobs are being filled by people who were already employed when they moved to the state, and there is a growing need for people who have worked in manufacturing for a long time to move to a new industry.
It could be difficult for some industries to attract people to relocate to the city and counties surrounding Chicago.
Illinois will continue to be the manufacturing hub of the country, and the unemployment rate will likely continue to fall.
Illinois is expected start seeing job growth again in the summer, but not in a big way.
This could be because the state has seen a strong recovery, which is what you want when you’re having a jobless recovery.
This year’s job growth is still going to have an effect on wages, but this is likely to be a slow year.