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Finance and insurance: Average Earnings Per Job in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Earnings
1New York36000173,128
2Connecticut09000123,246
3Massachusetts25000119,467
4District of Columbia11000108,922
5Minnesota2700097,097
6North Carolina3700095,630
7New Jersey3400094,973
8California0600090,815
9South Dakota4600088,346
10Illinois1700086,872
11Virginia5100086,428
12New Hampshire3300086,022
13Rhode Island4400085,036
14Pennsylvania4200083,324
15Iowa1900080,500
16Maine2300080,265
17Delaware1000079,660
18Maryland2400078,588
19Missouri2900078,299
20Wisconsin5500077,789
21Georgia1300077,260
22Washington5300075,826
23Ohio3900074,377
24Arizona0400071,285
25Vermont5000071,181
26Tennessee4700070,740
27Kentucky2100070,666
28Oregon4100069,336
29Nebraska3100068,188
30South Carolina4500068,179
31Alabama0100068,162
32Indiana1800068,066
33Texas4800067,983
34Florida1200067,078
35Kansas2000065,681
36Michigan2600063,550
37Colorado0800063,487
38North Dakota3800061,464
39West Virginia5400060,259
40Montana3000058,551
41Idaho1600056,528
42New Mexico3500056,334
43Alaska0200055,742
44Hawaii1500054,299
45Louisiana2200053,998
46Utah4900053,730
47Arkansas0500050,795
48Mississippi2800049,264
49Oklahoma4000047,501
50Nevada3200045,044
51Wyoming5600025,236

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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