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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1California06000$119,296
2District of Columbia11000$118,534
3Hawaii15000$100,858
4Massachusetts25000$99,367
5Connecticut09000$89,659
6New Jersey34000$88,937
7Maryland24000$87,216
8Arizona04000$87,036
9Texas48000$83,486
10Washington53000$83,425
11Louisiana22000$80,861
12Colorado08000$80,773
13New Hampshire33000$80,674
14Illinois17000$79,428
15Oregon41000$78,444
16New York36000$75,064
17Minnesota27000$74,602
18Michigan26000$71,688
19Delaware10000$70,438
20Nevada32000$70,049
21Florida12000$70,047
22Wyoming56000$69,597
23Pennsylvania42000$69,399
24Indiana18000$68,881
25Idaho16000$67,015
26Ohio39000$66,942
27Virginia51000$66,009
28North Carolina37000$65,900
29Utah49000$65,544
30Iowa19000$65,484
31Tennessee47000$65,209
32West Virginia54000$65,145
33Maine23000$64,646
34Kansas20000$64,604
35Rhode Island44000$64,457
36South Carolina45000$64,430
37Wisconsin55000$64,388
38Vermont50000$64,126
39Kentucky21000$64,117
40Missouri29000$63,458
41Georgia13000$63,196
42North Dakota38000$62,819
43Alabama01000$62,600
44Oklahoma40000$62,589
45Nebraska31000$59,975
46New Mexico35000$58,804
47Alaska02000$58,214
48Montana30000$57,156
49South Dakota46000$56,073
50Arkansas05000$54,264
51Mississippi28000$54,115

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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