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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1District of Columbia11000$102,989
2California06000$98,241
3Massachusetts25000$89,716
4Connecticut09000$85,074
5New Jersey34000$81,656
6Washington53000$81,402
7Texas48000$79,739
8Maryland24000$79,014
9Arizona04000$78,956
10Louisiana22000$77,602
11Colorado08000$73,972
12New Hampshire33000$73,338
13Illinois17000$72,839
14Oregon41000$71,434
15New York36000$69,162
16Wyoming56000$68,651
17Michigan26000$68,472
18Minnesota27000$68,083
19Delaware10000$66,194
20Pennsylvania42000$64,256
21Florida12000$63,928
22Indiana18000$63,401
23Ohio39000$62,878
24Idaho16000$62,477
25Virginia51000$62,188
26Hawaii15000$61,506
27Kentucky21000$61,164
28North Carolina37000$61,091
29West Virginia54000$61,077
30South Carolina45000$60,830
31Vermont50000$60,753
32Rhode Island44000$60,327
33Tennessee47000$60,309
34Iowa19000$60,190
35Oklahoma40000$60,023
36Maine23000$59,935
37Missouri29000$59,756
38Kansas20000$59,648
39Nevada32000$59,427
40Utah49000$59,414
41Wisconsin55000$59,069
42Alabama01000$58,542
43Georgia13000$58,197
44New Mexico35000$55,762
45North Dakota38000$55,136
46Nebraska31000$52,708
47Alaska02000$52,701
48Montana30000$51,664
49South Dakota46000$50,219
50Mississippi28000$50,207
51Arkansas05000$49,203

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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