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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1District of Columbia11000$95,909
2New York36000$72,900
3Massachusetts25000$72,606
4California06000$68,478
5Connecticut09000$67,742
6Washington53000$66,119
7New Jersey34000$65,727
8Maryland24000$61,151
9Illinois17000$59,941
10Colorado08000$58,941
11Virginia51000$58,239
12Minnesota27000$58,007
13Texas48000$57,747
14Delaware10000$56,814
15New Hampshire33000$56,782
16Alaska02000$55,668
17Pennsylvania42000$55,628
18Michigan26000$53,803
19Rhode Island44000$53,736
20Georgia13000$53,496
21Oregon41000$53,053
22North Dakota38000$52,356
23Arizona04000$51,865
24Hawaii15000$50,977
25North Carolina37000$50,756
26Ohio39000$50,573
27Tennessee47000$50,450
28Florida12000$50,094
29Nevada32000$50,041
30Missouri29000$49,053
31Wisconsin55000$48,872
32Utah49000$48,513
33Louisiana22000$48,116
34Wyoming56000$48,059
35Vermont50000$47,640
36Indiana18000$47,590
37Iowa19000$47,511
38Alabama01000$47,414
39Oklahoma40000$46,727
40Kansas20000$46,607
41Kentucky21000$46,302
42Nebraska31000$46,262
43West Virginia54000$46,120
44Maine23000$45,370
45New Mexico35000$45,167
46South Carolina45000$44,729
47Arkansas05000$43,950
48South Dakota46000$43,694
49Montana30000$43,407
50Idaho16000$42,882
51Mississippi28000$39,762

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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