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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1New Hampshire33000$361,662
2District of Columbia11000$274,597
3Wyoming56000$206,565
4New Jersey34000$184,312
5New York36000$177,814
6Nevada32000$165,932
7California06000$165,553
8Colorado08000$162,964
9Oregon41000$161,518
10Connecticut09000$157,417
11Massachusetts25000$149,334
12Texas48000$149,123
13Pennsylvania42000$147,011
14Delaware10000$146,077
15Illinois17000$143,100
16Arkansas05000$142,714
17Rhode Island44000$141,257
18Minnesota27000$140,496
19Virginia51000$138,890
20Washington53000$135,031
21Georgia13000$134,721
22Florida12000$133,434
23Michigan26000$131,499
24Maryland24000$130,265
25North Carolina37000$127,309
26Tennessee47000$125,729
27Ohio39000$125,585
28Kansas20000$124,176
29Arizona04000$119,840
30South Dakota46000$119,053
31Vermont50000$117,230
32Indiana18000$114,285
33Missouri29000$114,094
34Wisconsin55000$113,241
35Kentucky21000$111,983
36Alabama01000$109,081
37North Dakota38000$108,412
38Idaho16000$107,521
39Utah49000$105,407
40Iowa19000$103,833
41Oklahoma40000$103,722
42Nebraska31000$102,767
43Montana30000$98,970
44Maine23000$96,840
45Alaska02000$96,050
46Hawaii15000$95,714
47Louisiana22000$95,015
48Mississippi28000$94,846
49South Carolina45000$93,425
50New Mexico35000$87,804
51West Virginia54000$85,044

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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