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Health care and social assistance: Average Earnings Per Job in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Earnings
1District of Columbia11000100,853
2Tennessee4700098,218
3Alaska0200094,626
4Massachusetts2500086,464
5New Jersey3400085,968
6New Hampshire3300084,476
7Hawaii1500083,243
8Washington5300083,107
9Delaware1000082,627
10Connecticut0900081,101
11Arizona0400080,310
11Indiana1800080,310
13New York3600080,147
14South Dakota4600079,659
15Oregon4100079,521
16Virginia5100078,747
17Maryland2400078,491
18Pennsylvania4200078,197
19Minnesota2700077,927
20Colorado0800077,697
21Alabama0100077,359
22California0600077,230
23Kentucky2100077,135
24Montana3000076,826
25Georgia1300076,591
26Rhode Island4400076,523
27Nevada3200076,317
28Illinois1700076,229
29Nebraska3100076,183
30North Dakota3800076,095
31Missouri2900075,469
32North Carolina3700075,347
33Wisconsin5500075,197
34Ohio3900075,148
35Oklahoma4000075,147
36Maine2300075,121
37Florida1200074,747
38Texas4800074,146
39Idaho1600074,065
40West Virginia5400073,722
41Kansas2000073,407
42Michigan2600072,821
43South Carolina4500072,291
44Louisiana2200070,331
45Vermont5000069,759
46Utah4900068,870
47Arkansas0500066,998
48Iowa1900065,626
49Mississippi2800062,786
50Wyoming5600062,567
51New Mexico3500060,854

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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