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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1District of Columbia11000$142,822
2Massachusetts25000$141,140
3California06000$127,586
4New York36000$120,025
5New Jersey34000$115,603
6Connecticut09000$110,902
7Virginia51000$108,702
8Delaware10000$106,996
9Maryland24000$103,834
10Washington53000$103,648
11Colorado08000$103,267
12Illinois17000$102,433
13New Hampshire33000$100,511
14Pennsylvania42000$98,992
15Minnesota27000$97,704
16Texas48000$96,977
17Georgia13000$90,658
18Michigan26000$89,192
19North Carolina37000$85,532
20Vermont50000$83,536
21Oregon41000$83,143
22Tennessee47000$83,043
23New Mexico35000$82,787
24Rhode Island44000$81,583
25Alabama01000$81,443
26Utah49000$81,255
27Missouri29000$81,241
28Florida12000$81,201
29Arizona04000$79,929
30Hawaii15000$79,687
31Nevada32000$78,725
32Ohio39000$77,906
33Wisconsin55000$76,810
34Alaska02000$76,701
35North Dakota38000$75,584
36Maine23000$74,429
37South Carolina45000$73,443
38Louisiana22000$72,331
39Kansas20000$71,911
40Iowa19000$71,024
41Nebraska31000$70,973
42Indiana18000$70,797
43Wyoming56000$68,299
44Idaho16000$68,225
45Kentucky21000$67,016
46Oklahoma40000$66,944
47Montana30000$66,903
48Arkansas05000$63,955
49South Dakota46000$63,481
50West Virginia54000$62,493
51Mississippi28000$61,718

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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