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Nonfarm earnings: Average Earnings Per Job in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Earnings
1District of Columbia11000111,180
2New York3600074,710
3Massachusetts2500072,357
4Connecticut0900071,752
5California0600071,280
6New Jersey3400069,265
7Washington5300068,884
8Maryland2400066,877
9Alaska0200066,797
10Illinois1700063,957
11Virginia5100062,638
12Pennsylvania4200061,620
13Delaware1000061,498
14Colorado0800060,922
15Texas4800060,751
16Minnesota2700060,408
17New Hampshire3300059,541
18Rhode Island4400058,771
19Hawaii1500058,072
20Tennessee4700057,306
21Oregon4100057,031
22North Dakota3800056,677
23Ohio3900056,330
24Michigan2600056,311
25Georgia1300055,944
26Indiana1800055,288
27Nebraska3100055,073
28Wyoming5600054,892
29Wisconsin5500054,667
30Arizona0400054,504
31North Carolina3700054,287
32Oklahoma4000053,397
33Missouri2900053,023
34Nevada3200052,778
35Kansas2000052,377
36Utah4900052,372
37Louisiana2200051,691
38Iowa1900051,063
39South Dakota4600050,660
40South Carolina4500050,451
41Kentucky2100050,441
42Florida1200050,118
43Alabama0100049,401
44Vermont5000049,362
45New Mexico3500049,214
46Maine2300048,993
47West Virginia5400048,866
48Idaho1600047,717
49Arkansas0500047,197
50Montana3000046,476
51Mississippi2800043,144

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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