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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1District of Columbia11000$130,496
2Maryland24000$124,296
3New York36000$123,805
4Connecticut09000$119,381
5California06000$117,213
6Illinois17000$116,796
7New Hampshire33000$116,752
8Massachusetts25000$116,671
9Michigan26000$116,498
10Delaware10000$114,467
11Rhode Island44000$113,664
12New Jersey34000$112,423
13Minnesota27000$107,979
14Hawaii15000$106,125
15Nevada32000$104,804
16North Dakota38000$102,727
17Utah49000$102,212
18Washington53000$101,978
19Pennsylvania42000$100,610
20Georgia13000$100,556
21Vermont50000$99,261
22Arizona04000$98,292
23Florida12000$96,425
24Wisconsin55000$95,327
25North Carolina37000$95,255
26Iowa19000$94,444
27West Virginia54000$93,336
28Alabama01000$93,325
29Indiana18000$93,017
30Texas48000$92,670
31Oregon41000$92,379
32Wyoming56000$92,144
33Nebraska31000$91,798
34Colorado08000$91,303
35Virginia51000$90,740
36Alaska02000$88,722
37Ohio39000$87,578
38Kansas20000$87,576
39Montana30000$83,328
40South Carolina45000$82,465
41Tennessee47000$82,268
42Oklahoma40000$81,180
43South Dakota46000$80,934
44Missouri29000$79,435
45Idaho16000$77,918
46Mississippi28000$77,556
47Kentucky21000$75,848
48Arkansas05000$75,156
49Louisiana22000$74,516
50Maine23000$71,087
51New Mexico35000$70,635

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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