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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2022

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1New York36000$144,288
2California06000$135,347
3Maryland24000$134,200
4District of Columbia11000$130,945
5Delaware10000$130,386
6Michigan26000$130,159
7Massachusetts25000$129,628
8Connecticut09000$129,182
9New Hampshire33000$126,735
10Illinois17000$125,653
11Minnesota27000$121,703
12Nevada32000$120,512
13Rhode Island44000$120,088
14Nebraska31000$119,919
15North Dakota38000$118,130
16New Jersey34000$117,964
17Hawaii15000$117,540
18Washington53000$116,913
19Georgia13000$115,554
20Oregon41000$110,250
21Colorado08000$108,340
22Arizona04000$107,558
23Alabama01000$107,090
24Pennsylvania42000$106,983
25Florida12000$106,756
26Iowa19000$105,832
27Texas48000$105,393
28North Carolina37000$104,639
29Vermont50000$104,560
30Wisconsin55000$103,650
31Indiana18000$103,567
32Wyoming56000$102,166
33Virginia51000$101,934
34Alaska02000$100,774
35Ohio39000$97,839
36Utah49000$97,399
37South Carolina45000$96,766
38South Dakota46000$96,309
39Kansas20000$96,217
40Tennessee47000$96,143
41Montana30000$94,947
42Idaho16000$90,434
43Missouri29000$89,357
44West Virginia54000$87,225
45Maine23000$86,286
46Mississippi28000$86,235
47Arkansas05000$86,199
48Oklahoma40000$85,382
49Kentucky21000$85,241
50Louisiana22000$83,660
51New Mexico35000$81,328

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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