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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1New York36000$53,742
2District of Columbia11000$53,032
3Washington53000$50,433
4New Hampshire33000$49,780
5Massachusetts25000$49,128
6Alaska02000$46,463
7Connecticut09000$46,249
8California06000$45,535
9New Jersey34000$45,132
10Texas48000$44,771
11Maryland24000$44,145
12Colorado08000$44,036
13Virginia51000$43,369
14Vermont50000$42,159
15Illinois17000$41,778
16Delaware10000$41,766
17Minnesota27000$40,734
18Arizona04000$40,005
19Kansas20000$39,367
20Georgia13000$39,274
21North Dakota38000$39,080
22Nebraska31000$38,519
23Florida12000$38,429
24Louisiana22000$38,119
25Oregon41000$37,773
26Rhode Island44000$37,645
27Oklahoma40000$37,274
28North Carolina37000$37,125
29Missouri29000$37,071
30Maine23000$36,961
31Pennsylvania42000$36,758
32Michigan26000$36,739
33West Virginia54000$36,700
34Hawaii15000$36,679
35New Mexico35000$36,531
36Utah49000$36,319
37Tennessee47000$36,253
38Wyoming56000$35,827
39Idaho16000$35,618
40Ohio39000$35,375
41Montana30000$35,319
42Nevada32000$34,447
43South Carolina45000$34,274
44Iowa19000$33,983
45South Dakota46000$33,979
46Indiana18000$33,004
47Kentucky21000$32,251
48Wisconsin55000$32,198
49Arkansas05000$30,393
50Alabama01000$29,412
51Mississippi28000$26,791

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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