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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2022

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1District of Columbia11000$42,019
2Hawaii15000$41,760
3Nevada32000$39,603
4New York36000$35,594
5Massachusetts25000$32,954
6California06000$32,438
7Colorado08000$31,181
8Alaska02000$31,117
9Washington53000$30,561
10Florida12000$30,491
11New Jersey34000$30,008
12Vermont50000$29,961
13Maine23000$29,874
14Arizona04000$28,943
15Connecticut09000$28,485
16New Hampshire33000$28,318
17Maryland24000$28,179
18Oregon41000$28,108
19Rhode Island44000$27,904
20Illinois17000$27,877
21Wyoming56000$26,871
22Virginia51000$25,738
23Tennessee47000$25,642
24Montana30000$25,613
25Texas48000$25,424
26Minnesota27000$25,252
27New Mexico35000$24,962
28Delaware10000$24,833
29Georgia13000$24,673
30Michigan26000$24,409
31Utah49000$23,783
32Missouri29000$23,681
33South Carolina45000$23,628
34Pennsylvania42000$23,614
35North Carolina37000$23,487
36Louisiana22000$23,176
37Idaho16000$22,343
38North Dakota38000$22,195
39Alabama01000$21,845
40South Dakota46000$21,739
41Kentucky21000$21,688
42Indiana18000$21,558
43Ohio39000$21,508
44West Virginia54000$21,502
45Mississippi28000$21,458
46Oklahoma40000$21,023
47Wisconsin55000$20,903
48Iowa19000$20,865
49Kansas20000$20,816
50Nebraska31000$20,806
51Arkansas05000$20,728

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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