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Average Wage Per Job (2017 Adj. Dollars) in 2006

RankStateFIPS CodeAdj. Average Wage per Job
1District of Columbia11000$85,295
2New York36000$67,455
3Connecticut09000$66,647
4Massachusetts25000$63,754
5New Jersey34000$62,794
6California06000$58,781
7Delaware10000$56,277
8Maryland24000$56,127
9Illinois17000$55,505
10Virginia51000$53,560
11Colorado08000$52,898
12Washington53000$52,157
13Texas48000$51,624
14New Hampshire33000$51,610
15Minnesota27000$51,292
16Michigan26000$51,258
17Alaska02000$50,763
18Pennsylvania42000$50,275
19Rhode Island44000$49,187
20Georgia13000$49,085
21Nevada32000$48,720
22Arizona04000$48,658
23Ohio39000$46,894
24Florida12000$46,793
25Oregon41000$46,297
26Hawaii15000$45,959
27Tennessee47000$45,673
28North Carolina37000$45,521
29Missouri29000$45,161
30Wisconsin55000$44,770
31Wyoming56000$44,576
32Louisiana22000$44,506
33Indiana18000$44,444
34Alabama01000$44,019
35Kansas20000$43,402
36Vermont50000$43,215
37Kentucky21000$42,800
38Utah49000$42,714
39New Mexico35000$42,029
40Iowa19000$41,729
41South Carolina45000$41,681
42Oklahoma40000$41,366
43Nebraska31000$41,114
44Maine23000$41,089
45West Virginia54000$39,793
46Idaho16000$39,613
47Arkansas05000$39,381
48North Dakota38000$38,076
49Mississippi28000$37,928
50Montana30000$37,201
51South Dakota46000$36,830

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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