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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1District of Columbia11000$87,202
2Virginia51000$41,918
3Maryland24000$40,472
4Illinois17000$40,028
5Alaska02000$39,050
6New York36000$38,961
7Colorado08000$38,172
8California06000$37,879
9Washington53000$37,711
10Texas48000$36,559
11Massachusetts25000$36,337
12Alabama01000$36,266
13New Hampshire33000$35,957
14Louisiana22000$35,391
15Nevada32000$35,152
16Arizona04000$35,139
17Hawaii15000$34,378
18Georgia13000$34,342
19Florida12000$34,042
20Wyoming56000$34,038
21New Jersey34000$34,032
22Vermont50000$33,737
23Utah49000$33,569
24Oklahoma40000$33,410
25Delaware10000$33,353
26Mississippi28000$33,119
27Tennessee47000$33,099
28North Carolina37000$32,919
29North Dakota38000$32,827
30Connecticut09000$32,816
31Iowa19000$32,525
32Kansas20000$32,463
33Arkansas05000$32,289
34Rhode Island44000$31,940
35Pennsylvania42000$31,934
36South Carolina45000$31,926
37Missouri29000$31,842
38Michigan26000$31,652
39Minnesota27000$31,569
40Maine23000$31,318
41Kentucky21000$31,181
42New Mexico35000$31,071
43Ohio39000$31,047
44Indiana18000$30,980
45Oregon41000$30,713
46Nebraska31000$30,488
47South Dakota46000$30,274
48West Virginia54000$28,596
49Montana30000$28,182
50Wisconsin55000$28,137
51Idaho16000$28,059

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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