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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1District of Columbia11000$38,716
2Hawaii15000$37,303
3Nevada32000$35,097
4California06000$33,375
5New York36000$32,934
6Massachusetts25000$30,460
7Alaska02000$28,497
8Colorado08000$28,473
9Washington53000$28,275
10New Jersey34000$28,091
11Florida12000$28,016
12Maine23000$27,981
13Vermont50000$27,736
14Arizona04000$27,167
15Connecticut09000$26,771
16New Hampshire33000$26,669
17Maryland24000$26,377
18Rhode Island44000$26,327
19Oregon41000$26,223
20Illinois17000$25,527
21Wyoming56000$24,559
22Delaware10000$24,054
23Virginia51000$23,621
24Texas48000$23,592
25Tennessee47000$23,430
26Minnesota27000$23,261
27Michigan26000$22,998
28New Mexico35000$22,921
29Montana30000$22,850
30Georgia13000$22,445
31Missouri29000$22,151
32Pennsylvania42000$22,081
33South Carolina45000$22,019
34Utah49000$21,940
35North Carolina37000$21,808
36Louisiana22000$21,242
37North Dakota38000$21,000
38Idaho16000$20,653
39South Dakota46000$20,613
40Alabama01000$20,494
41West Virginia54000$20,383
42Kentucky21000$20,323
43Ohio39000$20,283
44Mississippi28000$20,169
45Indiana18000$20,140
46Oklahoma40000$19,798
47Arkansas05000$19,730
48Iowa19000$19,582
49Kansas20000$19,541
50Nebraska31000$19,364
51Wisconsin55000$19,322

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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