Some of the posts on here that I read prompted me into doing a bit of web searching and this is the most current info that I could locate.Keep in mind that this info is from 2003. One of the posts that I read was by Marcus Drake and that h2b employees must be paid the prevailing wage and not the minimumn wage or less than minimumn. So is this the case that prevailing wage is set at a statistic table that is more than 2 1/2 years old ? Her is the link for what I am talking about http://www.vibls.gov/WageRates.htm As you can see there are 4 levels of determination on what the goverment believes someone should start a job at depending on your expierence. I was wondering how many companies here meet this guide line or above while hiring new recruits?