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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1District of Columbia11000$80,524
2Alaska02000$65,011
3North Dakota38000$59,702
4Texas48000$59,652
5Washington53000$59,440
6Georgia13000$58,717
7Louisiana22000$57,919
8New York36000$56,946
9Hawaii15000$56,651
10California06000$56,629
11Colorado08000$56,535
12Illinois17000$54,727
13Michigan26000$54,542
14Florida12000$54,501
15Oklahoma40000$54,382
16Tennessee47000$54,254
17New Jersey34000$54,172
18Kentucky21000$52,571
19Maryland24000$52,325
20Minnesota27000$52,110
21Arizona04000$51,932
22Virginia51000$51,838
23Massachusetts25000$51,444
24Wyoming56000$50,451
25Ohio39000$50,016
26Connecticut09000$49,517
27Utah49000$48,560
28Oregon41000$48,502
29North Carolina37000$48,311
30New Mexico35000$48,239
31Pennsylvania42000$48,049
32Nevada32000$47,486
33Delaware10000$46,779
34New Hampshire33000$46,747
35West Virginia54000$46,712
36Missouri29000$46,662
37Rhode Island44000$46,402
38Alabama01000$46,284
39Arkansas05000$45,929
40Nebraska31000$45,813
41Indiana18000$45,664
42Kansas20000$45,165
43Iowa19000$44,989
44Vermont50000$44,158
45South Dakota46000$44,135
46South Carolina45000$43,602
47Montana30000$43,536
48Wisconsin55000$43,481
49Mississippi28000$43,473
50Maine23000$42,511
51Idaho16000$41,494

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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