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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1Maryland24000$118,306
2Illinois17000$114,836
3New York36000$113,978
4Michigan26000$110,459
5California06000$109,969
6Delaware10000$107,964
7New Jersey34000$107,589
8District of Columbia11000$107,103
9Connecticut09000$104,597
10New Hampshire33000$103,129
11Massachusetts25000$101,240
12Rhode Island44000$100,246
13Nevada32000$100,012
14Minnesota27000$99,719
15Hawaii15000$97,779
16Oregon41000$97,098
17Vermont50000$95,480
18Georgia13000$94,868
19North Dakota38000$93,852
20Pennsylvania42000$93,685
21North Carolina37000$92,348
22Washington53000$91,285
23Utah49000$91,210
24Florida12000$90,958
25Arizona04000$90,755
26West Virginia54000$89,072
27Wisconsin55000$88,971
28Indiana18000$88,011
29Iowa19000$88,008
30Alabama01000$86,847
31Texas48000$86,350
32Wyoming56000$85,968
33Colorado08000$84,927
34Nebraska31000$84,819
35South Carolina45000$83,382
36Alaska02000$83,305
37Virginia51000$82,282
38Montana30000$82,265
39Ohio39000$81,114
40Kansas20000$81,106
41Oklahoma40000$80,167
42Tennessee47000$77,715
43Missouri29000$76,538
44South Dakota46000$75,238
45Mississippi28000$72,803
46Idaho16000$71,945
47Kentucky21000$70,966
48Arkansas05000$70,617
49New Mexico35000$69,020
50Louisiana22000$68,002
51Maine23000$65,669

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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