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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2022

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1Massachusetts25000$62,160
2North Dakota38000$52,133
3Alabama01000$51,235
4Alaska02000$50,364
5Arkansas05000$49,637
6Iowa19000$49,494
7Illinois17000$49,084
8Louisiana22000$48,453
9Kansas20000$48,187
10South Carolina45000$47,802
11Minnesota27000$47,641
12Nebraska31000$47,564
13Nevada32000$47,340
14Indiana18000$47,269
15District of Columbia11000$47,255
16South Dakota46000$46,947
17Kentucky21000$46,919
18Montana30000$46,902
19Delaware10000$46,819
20Oregon41000$46,591
21Mississippi28000$46,157
22Colorado08000$46,068
23Maryland24000$46,049
24Hawaii15000$45,778
25Texas48000$45,702
26New Hampshire33000$45,469
27Georgia13000$45,447
28Connecticut09000$45,135
29North Carolina37000$45,068
30Ohio39000$45,043
31Arizona04000$44,528
32Idaho16000$44,271
33New York36000$44,138
34Maine23000$43,962
35Virginia51000$43,263
36New Jersey34000$43,159
37Missouri29000$43,154
38Wisconsin55000$42,960
39Pennsylvania42000$42,543
40California06000$41,992
41Oklahoma40000$41,724
42Wyoming56000$41,708
43Michigan26000$41,507
44Florida12000$40,950
45Utah49000$40,768
46Tennessee47000$40,580
47Vermont50000$40,123
48Rhode Island44000$39,479
49Washington53000$38,930
50West Virginia54000$38,208
51New Mexico35000$37,938

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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