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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1District of Columbia11000$68,844
2Hawaii15000$60,266
3New Hampshire33000$58,151
4Massachusetts25000$57,900
5Nevada32000$57,539
6Alaska02000$56,866
7Washington53000$56,843
8Connecticut09000$56,262
9New Jersey34000$56,244
10California06000$56,172
11Delaware10000$55,750
12Maryland24000$55,721
13Colorado08000$55,075
14Arizona04000$54,993
15Florida12000$54,501
16Oregon41000$54,345
17Tennessee47000$54,142
18Minnesota27000$54,081
19South Dakota46000$54,055
20New York36000$54,048
21North Dakota38000$53,491
22Georgia13000$53,449
23Michigan26000$52,951
24Illinois17000$52,700
25North Carolina37000$52,477
26Pennsylvania42000$52,327
27Virginia51000$52,116
28Wisconsin55000$51,429
29South Carolina45000$51,417
30Texas48000$51,205
31Montana30000$51,075
32Indiana18000$50,741
33Kentucky21000$50,637
34Wyoming56000$50,573
35Rhode Island44000$50,491
36Maine23000$50,150
37Alabama01000$49,888
38Ohio39000$49,794
39Vermont50000$49,600
40Nebraska31000$48,931
41Oklahoma40000$48,924
42West Virginia54000$48,859
43Missouri29000$47,784
44Kansas20000$47,098
45Iowa19000$47,092
46Utah49000$46,822
47Arkansas05000$46,722
48Louisiana22000$46,498
49New Mexico35000$45,820
50Idaho16000$44,955
51Mississippi28000$44,036

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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