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Accommodation and food services: Average Earnings Per Job in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Earnings
1District of Columbia1100064,061
2Hawaii1500059,845
3Nevada3200058,993
4New York3600049,475
5Massachusetts2500046,812
6New Hampshire3300045,904
7Vermont5000045,722
8California0600045,244
9Washington5300044,782
10Colorado0800043,695
11Maine2300043,512
12Alaska0200043,125
13New Jersey3400043,084
14Connecticut0900042,240
15Florida1200042,026
16Arizona0400041,201
17Illinois1700040,122
18Oregon4100039,891
19Rhode Island4400039,831
20Maryland2400039,573
21Tennessee4700038,630
22Delaware1000037,649
23New Mexico3500036,647
24Virginia5100036,577
25Montana3000036,356
26Wyoming5600036,294
27Minnesota2700035,159
28South Carolina4500034,708
29Texas4800034,646
30Pennsylvania4200034,135
31Georgia1300034,048
32North Carolina3700033,997
33Missouri2900033,628
34Kentucky2100033,508
35Utah4900033,281
36Idaho1600032,986
37Michigan2600032,890
38Ohio3900032,566
39North Dakota3800032,275
40Kansas2000032,243
41South Dakota4600032,023
42Oklahoma4000032,011
43Wisconsin5500031,931
44Indiana1800031,049
45Louisiana2200030,895
46Nebraska3100030,548
47West Virginia5400030,022
48Alabama0100029,958
49Mississippi2800029,332
50Arkansas0500028,733
51Iowa1900028,619

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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