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Accommodation and food services: Average Earnings Per Job in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Earnings
1Hawaii1500047,846
2Nevada3200045,277
3District of Columbia1100044,713
4New York3600037,279
5California0600036,738
6Washington5300036,194
7Massachusetts2500035,758
8Alaska0200033,876
9Connecticut0900033,583
10New Hampshire3300032,626
11Oregon4100032,092
12Illinois1700031,694
13New Jersey3400031,584
14Maryland2400031,328
15Maine2300031,238
16Colorado0800031,198
17Vermont5000030,868
18Florida1200030,656
19Arizona0400030,387
20Wyoming5600029,213
21Tennessee4700029,155
22Rhode Island4400029,070
23Delaware1000028,643
24Texas4800028,322
25Virginia5100027,539
26North Carolina3700026,993
27South Carolina4500026,843
28New Mexico3500026,535
29Kentucky2100026,121
30Louisiana2200026,041
31Minnesota2700025,959
32Pennsylvania4200025,894
33Utah4900025,352
34Michigan2600025,322
35Montana3000025,061
36Georgia1300024,773
37Missouri2900024,731
38Oklahoma4000024,588
39Idaho1600024,541
40South Dakota4600024,437
41Ohio3900024,366
42West Virginia5400024,160
43Kansas2000023,978
44Indiana1800023,758
45Nebraska3100022,907
46North Dakota3800022,859
47Mississippi2800022,669
48Iowa1900022,474
49Wisconsin5500022,281
50Arkansas0500022,053
51Alabama0100021,984

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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