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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1New York36000$235,368
2District of Columbia11000$183,816
3Connecticut09000$174,400
4Massachusetts25000$165,848
5California06000$134,719
6New Jersey34000$133,955
7Illinois17000$124,387
8Maryland24000$114,627
9New Hampshire33000$110,880
10Minnesota27000$107,806
11Delaware10000$102,961
12North Carolina37000$102,302
13Colorado08000$101,855
14Rhode Island44000$101,765
15Washington53000$100,900
16Virginia51000$99,680
17Pennsylvania42000$97,744
18Georgia13000$97,273
19Texas48000$95,108
20Florida12000$89,556
21Tennessee47000$86,631
22Oregon41000$85,704
23Vermont50000$84,858
24Missouri29000$84,057
25Nevada32000$83,407
26Ohio39000$83,110
27Michigan26000$82,704
28Arizona04000$80,730
29Iowa19000$80,633
30Wisconsin55000$80,366
31Hawaii15000$79,891
32Alabama01000$78,994
33Maine23000$77,757
34Kentucky21000$77,047
35Utah49000$76,964
36Kansas20000$75,922
37Indiana18000$75,124
38Nebraska31000$73,771
39South Carolina45000$71,856
40Louisiana22000$70,594
41Alaska02000$70,324
42Montana30000$69,446
43North Dakota38000$69,224
44South Dakota46000$67,534
45Arkansas05000$67,492
46Wyoming56000$67,201
47Idaho16000$66,515
48Oklahoma40000$65,624
49New Mexico35000$65,128
50Mississippi28000$61,186
51West Virginia54000$58,876

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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