By  on September 25, 2017

Target Corp. wants to win the talent war.

With the unemployment rate near a 16-year low and intensifying competition for workers, the mass retailer on Monday said it will raise its minimum hourly wage for all employees to $11 an hour in October, with a commitment to increase it to $15 the minimum by the end of 2020. The $11 hourly wage will also apply to the 100,000 seasonal hourly workers Target plans to hire for the holidays.

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