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Administrative and waste services: Average Earnings Per Job in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Earnings
1District of Columbia1100078,835
2New Hampshire3300078,229
3Washington5300071,504
4New York3600071,080
5Massachusetts2500067,144
6New Jersey3400066,785
7Connecticut0900065,909
8Virginia5100064,019
9California0600063,029
10Alaska0200060,074
11Colorado0800059,938
12Nebraska3100058,908
13Illinois1700058,201
14Vermont5000058,172
15Arizona0400057,955
16Rhode Island4400057,052
17Oregon4100056,836
18Delaware1000056,304
19Minnesota2700056,254
20Maryland2400055,414
21Idaho1600053,840
22New Mexico3500053,830
23Texas4800053,448
24Missouri2900052,772
25Montana3000052,010
26Pennsylvania4200051,917
27Kansas2000051,548
28Utah4900050,954
29Wisconsin5500050,547
30Hawaii1500050,297
31Tennessee4700050,185
32West Virginia5400049,964
33Ohio3900049,879
34Michigan2600049,860
35North Carolina3700049,625
36North Dakota3800049,439
37Florida1200049,252
38Maine2300048,554
39Oklahoma4000048,048
40Nevada3200047,778
41Indiana1800047,649
42Wyoming5600047,628
43Iowa1900047,202
44South Dakota4600045,495
45Kentucky2100045,099
46Georgia1300044,983
47South Carolina4500043,626
48Arkansas0500041,845
49Louisiana2200039,973
50Alabama0100036,732
51Mississippi2800031,074

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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