Ikea workers in Woodbridge, Va., will get the highest, at $13.22 an hour.
Workers in Pittsburgh and West Chester, Ohio, will get the lowest, at $8.69.
The changes go into effect on Jan. 1, 2015.
The federal minimum wage is $7.25, though some states and cities pay more.
Massachusetts is on track to have the highest state minimum wage, taking it to $11 per hour by 2017, up from $8 today.
Seattle plans to raise the minimum hourly wage to $15 from $9.32. Businesses with fewer than 500 workers have until 2021 to phase it in.
On average, Ikea's pay change will be a 17% increase, the company said.
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Ikea will base the pay differences on the MIT Living Wage Calculator, which takes into account the cost of housing, food, medical, transportation and taxes.
Ikea is a Swedish company with 38 stores in the U.S., and plans to open three more before the end of 2015.
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