Target is raising the minimum hourly wage for its workers.

The discounter said it intends to raise the wage that was starting from $12 in June to $13.

The Minneapolis-based retailer announced in 2017 a strategy to elevate its starting hourly wages for workers to $15 and raised its own beginning fee to $11. In March 2018 it boosted wages to $12 after viewing a much better and bigger pool of candidates.

With unemployment near stone, retailers are under pressure to find qualified workers. In October, Amazon announced a minimum hourly fee of $15 because of its U.S. employees.

Walmart increased its starting pay at early 2018 to $11 an hour.