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Administrative and waste services: Average Earnings Per Job in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Earnings
1New York3600063,467
2District of Columbia1100060,984
3New Jersey3400058,991
4Washington5300057,008
5Massachusetts2500056,271
6New Hampshire3300055,148
7Virginia5100055,120
8Connecticut0900053,205
9Alaska0200052,658
10California0600051,278
11Colorado0800049,060
12Illinois1700047,923
13Minnesota2700046,372
14Maryland2400046,237
15Arizona0400045,906
16Delaware1000045,843
17Nebraska3100044,126
18Texas4800044,116
19Pennsylvania4200044,044
20Oregon4100043,920
21Rhode Island4400043,520
22Kansas2000042,653
23Utah4900042,491
24Ohio3900041,705
25New Mexico3500040,981
26Vermont5000040,850
27North Dakota3800040,675
28West Virginia5400040,620
29Idaho1600040,492
30Missouri2900040,393
31Tennessee4700040,289
32Wisconsin5500039,754
33Michigan2600039,043
34Florida1200038,729
35North Carolina3700038,713
36Nevada3200038,482
37Oklahoma4000038,463
38Indiana1800038,374
39Maine2300037,573
40Georgia1300037,450
41Iowa1900037,096
42South Carolina4500036,581
43Montana3000036,498
44Wyoming5600036,488
45Louisiana2200036,260
46Kentucky2100036,169
47Hawaii1500036,044
48South Dakota4600034,364
49Arkansas0500031,305
50Alabama0100029,481
51Mississippi2800025,508

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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