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Transportation and warehousing: Average Earnings Per Job in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Earnings
1Wyoming56000133,294
2Oklahoma40000114,174
3Alaska0200088,051
4Nebraska3100084,591
5North Dakota3800076,910
6Hawaii1500073,205
7Texas4800072,421
8Pennsylvania4200067,917
9Kentucky2100065,076
10Colorado0800063,651
11Washington5300063,297
12California0600062,908
13Kansas2000062,791
14Tennessee4700062,567
15Louisiana2200062,215
16Illinois1700061,798
17Montana3000061,664
18Connecticut0900061,601
19New Jersey3400058,873
20Utah4900058,702
21Arkansas0500058,413
22South Dakota4600058,140
23Minnesota2700058,130
24Iowa1900057,803
25Indiana1800056,361
26Michigan2600056,044
27Wisconsin5500054,629
28Missouri2900054,314
29Georgia1300054,306
30West Virginia5400054,238
31Vermont5000053,898
32Ohio3900053,383
33Alabama0100052,894
34New York3600052,651
35Maine2300052,367
36Oregon4100052,350
37Arizona0400052,303
38Mississippi2800051,289
39Nevada3200050,885
40Virginia5100050,791
41New Mexico3500050,715
42New Hampshire3300050,200
43Massachusetts2500049,295
44North Carolina3700048,731
45Idaho1600048,672
46Florida1200047,748
47South Carolina4500047,221
48Delaware1000044,668
49District of Columbia1100044,538
50Maryland2400039,305
51Rhode Island4400037,611

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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