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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1Washington53000$58,734
2District of Columbia11000$37,887
3California06000$36,661
4New York36000$36,518
5Massachusetts25000$34,909
6New Jersey34000$34,618
7Connecticut09000$34,580
8Arizona04000$33,774
9Utah49000$33,471
10Hawaii15000$33,009
11Texas48000$32,836
12New Hampshire33000$32,708
13Colorado08000$32,467
14Maryland24000$32,157
15Rhode Island44000$32,144
16Nevada32000$32,110
17Alaska02000$31,866
18Vermont50000$31,737
19Tennessee47000$31,709
20Illinois17000$31,500
21Florida12000$31,482
21Oregon41000$31,482
23Michigan26000$31,099
24North Dakota38000$31,059
25Georgia13000$31,019
26Minnesota27000$30,726
27Idaho16000$30,716
28Montana30000$29,945
29Virginia51000$29,804
30Delaware10000$29,572
31New Mexico35000$29,431
32Pennsylvania42000$29,152
33Wyoming56000$29,063
34Oklahoma40000$28,809
35Maine23000$28,786
36Ohio39000$28,657
37North Carolina37000$28,611
38South Dakota46000$28,598
39Missouri29000$28,485
40Alabama01000$28,388
41Louisiana22000$28,090
42Indiana18000$28,001
43Kentucky21000$27,820
44Nebraska31000$27,785
45Wisconsin55000$27,736
46South Carolina45000$27,720
47West Virginia54000$27,520
48Arkansas05000$27,411
49Kansas20000$27,276
50Iowa19000$27,251
51Mississippi28000$25,831

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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