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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1District of Columbia11000$91,235
2Maryland24000$43,391
3Virginia51000$42,848
4Illinois17000$42,366
5New York36000$41,964
6Colorado08000$40,973
7California06000$40,852
8Alaska02000$40,455
9Washington53000$40,367
10Texas48000$39,470
11Massachusetts25000$38,636
12Alabama01000$38,616
13Arizona04000$38,145
14New Hampshire33000$37,917
15Louisiana22000$37,866
16Nevada32000$37,483
17North Dakota38000$37,089
18Hawaii15000$36,823
19Wyoming56000$36,650
20New Jersey34000$36,557
21Florida12000$36,450
22Georgia13000$36,333
23Vermont50000$36,292
24Utah49000$35,692
25Oklahoma40000$35,274
26North Carolina37000$35,124
27Tennessee47000$34,865
28Arkansas05000$34,814
29New Mexico35000$34,505
30Mississippi28000$34,458
31Kansas20000$34,404
32Oregon41000$34,309
33Iowa19000$34,275
34Delaware10000$34,259
35Minnesota27000$34,246
36Missouri29000$34,159
37Ohio39000$34,139
38Pennsylvania42000$34,097
39Maine23000$33,994
40Kentucky21000$33,691
41Connecticut09000$33,628
42Rhode Island44000$33,356
43Michigan26000$33,270
44South Carolina45000$32,994
45Indiana18000$32,912
46South Dakota46000$32,896
47Nebraska31000$32,238
48West Virginia54000$31,419
49Idaho16000$30,769
50Wisconsin55000$30,673
51Montana30000$30,239

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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