From National Employment Law Project:
"21 states and 35 cities and counties will raise their minimum wage, will be followed by another round of increases later in 2022, when four states and 22 cities and counties will raise their rates—17 of them to $15 or more for some or all employers. In total, 25 states and 56 municipalities—a record-high 81 jurisdictions—will raise their minimum wage over the course of 2022. Forty-four cities and counties will have surpassed a $15 minimum wage for some or all employers at some point in 2022.
November 2022 will mark the 10-year anniversary of the Fight for $15 movement. This movement, led by fast-food workers of color, has had a far-reaching impact on wages, and informed policy debates on fair pay and workplace rights. In the nine years since fast-food workers first walked off the job in New York City to demand living wages, the Fight for $15 has led to $150 billion in higher pay for 26 million workers (https://www.nelp.org/news-releases/record-number-of-cities-states-will-increase-minimum-wages-in-2022/).