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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1New York36000$64,251
2Massachusetts25000$63,194
3Connecticut09000$62,942
4District of Columbia11000$62,853
5New Jersey34000$62,654
6Delaware10000$58,281
7California06000$58,221
8Rhode Island44000$57,958
9Maryland24000$57,556
10Pennsylvania42000$57,039
11Illinois17000$52,130
12New Hampshire33000$51,711
13Washington53000$51,650
14Michigan26000$50,562
15Minnesota27000$50,181
16Oregon41000$49,974
17Alaska02000$49,470
18Wisconsin55000$48,275
19Ohio39000$47,623
20Nevada32000$47,449
21Colorado08000$47,278
22Georgia13000$46,933
23North Carolina37000$46,733
24Vermont50000$46,712
25Texas48000$46,241
26North Dakota38000$46,133
27Virginia51000$45,967
28Iowa19000$45,710
29Florida12000$45,393
30Alabama01000$44,995
31Hawaii15000$44,781
32West Virginia54000$44,762
33Nebraska31000$44,502
34Arizona04000$44,478
35Missouri29000$44,018
36South Carolina45000$43,740
37Kentucky21000$43,679
38Tennessee47000$43,552
39New Mexico35000$43,325
40Utah49000$43,199
41Maine23000$42,228
42Indiana18000$42,186
43Wyoming56000$42,180
44Arkansas05000$41,856
45Louisiana22000$41,253
46Montana30000$40,429
47Mississippi28000$40,337
48Oklahoma40000$39,705
49South Dakota46000$39,317
50Kansas20000$37,438
51Idaho16000$35,727

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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