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Nonfarm earnings: Average Earnings Per Job in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Earnings
1District of Columbia11000108,892
2New York3600073,744
3Connecticut0900071,730
4Massachusetts2500070,965
5California0600069,870
6New Jersey3400068,849
7Washington5300066,853
8Alaska0200066,722
9Maryland2400066,091
10Illinois1700062,945
11Virginia5100061,703
12Pennsylvania4200060,471
13Delaware1000060,034
14Texas4800059,710
15Colorado0800059,316
16Minnesota2700059,258
17New Hampshire3300058,565
18Rhode Island4400057,722
19Hawaii1500057,329
20Tennessee4700056,463
21Oregon4100056,355
22Michigan2600055,667
23Georgia1300055,285
24Ohio3900055,270
25Nebraska3100054,353
26Indiana1800054,165
27North Dakota3800054,157
28Wisconsin5500053,918
29North Carolina3700053,502
30Arizona0400053,306
31Wyoming5600052,960
32Missouri2900052,570
33Oklahoma4000052,113
34Nevada3200052,006
35Kansas2000051,938
36Utah4900051,563
37Louisiana2200050,869
38Iowa1900050,797
39Kentucky2100050,093
40South Dakota4600049,856
41Florida1200049,764
42South Carolina4500049,676
43Alabama0100048,826
44Vermont5000048,433
45New Mexico3500048,427
46Maine2300048,220
47West Virginia5400046,844
48Idaho1600046,772
49Arkansas0500046,493
50Montana3000045,675
51Mississippi2800042,986

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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