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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1Massachusetts25000$71,451
2New Hampshire33000$49,519
3Alabama01000$49,172
4North Dakota38000$48,102
5Arkansas05000$46,889
6Iowa19000$46,171
7Louisiana22000$45,597
8Kansas20000$45,524
9Oregon41000$45,334
10Alaska02000$45,279
11Illinois17000$45,220
12Kentucky21000$45,216
13Minnesota27000$45,153
14Montana30000$44,882
15Maryland24000$44,788
16Nebraska31000$44,780
17Indiana18000$44,059
18South Dakota46000$43,895
19Delaware10000$43,820
20Colorado08000$43,640
21Connecticut09000$43,366
22Texas48000$43,311
23Mississippi28000$43,302
24Nevada32000$43,105
25South Carolina45000$42,913
26New Jersey34000$42,874
27Georgia13000$42,541
28North Carolina37000$42,067
29Idaho16000$41,887
30Arizona04000$41,803
31Ohio39000$41,800
32Maine23000$41,791
33New York36000$41,367
34Virginia51000$40,785
35California06000$40,716
36Pennsylvania42000$40,400
37Wisconsin55000$40,250
38Missouri29000$40,212
39Florida12000$39,817
40Wyoming56000$39,640
41Tennessee47000$39,560
42Rhode Island44000$38,932
43Oklahoma40000$38,850
44Michigan26000$38,684
45Vermont50000$37,743
46Utah49000$37,664
47Washington53000$37,478
48New Mexico35000$36,216
49West Virginia54000$35,625
50District of Columbia11000$0
50Hawaii15000$0

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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