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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1District of Columbia11000$82,854
2Alaska02000$67,618
3North Dakota38000$62,151
4Washington53000$61,825
5Texas48000$61,577
6Georgia13000$59,233
7California06000$59,166
8New York36000$59,071
9Louisiana22000$58,557
10Colorado08000$57,915
11Hawaii15000$56,783
12Michigan26000$56,382
13Tennessee47000$56,231
14Massachusetts25000$55,900
15Illinois17000$55,580
16Florida12000$55,453
17New Jersey34000$55,234
18Minnesota27000$54,160
19Kentucky21000$54,120
20Virginia51000$53,479
21Maryland24000$53,213
22Wyoming56000$52,678
23Oklahoma40000$52,170
24New Mexico35000$51,732
25Ohio39000$51,727
26Arizona04000$51,475
27Oregon41000$51,043
28Utah49000$50,550
29North Carolina37000$50,529
30Connecticut09000$50,130
31Pennsylvania42000$49,372
32Delaware10000$49,176
33Nevada32000$49,090
34New Hampshire33000$48,987
35Rhode Island44000$48,219
36Alabama01000$48,116
37Missouri29000$47,999
38Nebraska31000$47,910
39Arkansas05000$47,818
40Iowa19000$47,135
41West Virginia54000$46,900
42Indiana18000$46,898
43Kansas20000$46,558
44Vermont50000$46,018
45South Dakota46000$45,478
46Montana30000$45,253
47Mississippi28000$44,976
48Wisconsin55000$44,909
49South Carolina45000$44,904
50Maine23000$44,064
51Idaho16000$43,596

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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