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Professional and technical services: Average Earnings Per Job in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Earnings
1District of Columbia11000200,879
2Massachusetts25000161,833
3New York36000147,445
4California06000136,427
5Virginia51000130,736
6Washington53000130,442
7Illinois17000127,562
8New Jersey34000127,412
9Delaware10000123,868
10Connecticut09000122,672
11Colorado08000118,913
12New Hampshire33000116,904
13Maryland24000113,114
14Pennsylvania42000112,824
15Minnesota27000110,102
16Texas48000109,388
17Missouri29000105,921
18Michigan26000104,906
19North Carolina37000101,071
20Georgia13000100,456
21New Mexico3500099,922
22Tennessee4700099,776
23Ohio3900097,521
24Florida1200096,659
25Alabama0100096,630
26Wisconsin5500094,140
27Rhode Island4400093,373
28Utah4900092,914
29Indiana1800092,787
30South Carolina4500092,060
31Kansas2000091,964
32Vermont5000091,534
33Nebraska3100091,165
34Oregon4100090,801
35Maine2300088,434
36Nevada3200086,905
37Arizona0400085,963
38Iowa1900085,775
39Alaska0200084,091
40Hawaii1500082,828
41Idaho1600082,783
42Montana3000081,590
43West Virginia5400081,512
44Kentucky2100081,409
45Louisiana2200081,297
46North Dakota3800078,305
47South Dakota4600078,160
48Wyoming5600076,637
49Arkansas0500075,529
50Oklahoma4000072,011
51Mississippi2800066,780

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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