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ORLANDO (CBSMiami/AP) – If a new contract proposal is approved, the starting minimum wage at Walt Disney World would increase to $15 an hour by 2021.

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New details emerged Monday about the contract proposal that Disney World’s unionized workers will vote on next week.

Existing workers would see their wages increase by at least $4.75 an hour by the time the contract ends in 2022. The deal would also allow Walt Disney World to hire more part-time workers. It would take, however, longer for new workers to transfer jobs.

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The deal covers more than half of the Florida resort’s 70,000 workers. It was reached late last week after about a year of negotiations.

If the contract is ratified, Florida workers each will receive a $1,000 bonus that Disney had paid to other workers following last year’s tax cut by Congress.

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