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Information: Average Earnings Per Job in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Earnings
1Washington53000292,671
2California06000283,946
3New York36000239,529
4Pennsylvania42000220,570
5Georgia13000198,570
6District of Columbia11000198,358
7New Jersey34000167,270
8Massachusetts25000166,746
9Maryland24000163,250
10Nevada32000158,384
11Connecticut09000155,512
12Illinois17000141,590
13South Carolina45000136,073
14Arizona04000130,974
15New Hampshire33000125,762
16Oregon41000120,438
17Florida12000120,119
18Utah49000119,889
19Colorado08000118,794
20North Carolina37000116,717
21Hawaii15000113,132
22Minnesota27000112,779
23Texas48000112,500
24Wisconsin55000110,252
25Virginia51000107,873
26Tennessee47000104,082
27South Dakota46000100,912
28North Dakota38000100,627
29Ohio3900099,048
30Kansas2000098,179
31Michigan2600097,420
32Rhode Island4400095,569
33Missouri2900095,410
34Oklahoma4000094,050
35Nebraska3100093,118
36New Mexico3500089,777
37Delaware1000088,919
38Idaho1600081,390
39Indiana1800080,713
40Iowa1900079,933
41Kentucky2100079,580
42Arkansas0500077,752
43Alabama0100076,218
44Louisiana2200075,703
45Vermont5000074,436
46Maine2300072,082
47Alaska0200071,944
48Montana3000071,129
49Wyoming5600068,934
50West Virginia5400068,751
51Mississippi2800064,555

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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