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Total Covered Employment and Wages Average Wage Per Job in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeAverage Wage
1Massachusetts25000$61,759
2Connecticut09000$61,550
3District of Columbia11000$61,274
4New Jersey34000$61,145
5New York36000$59,294
6Rhode Island44000$56,897
7Delaware10000$56,609
8Maryland24000$56,530
9California06000$56,479
10Pennsylvania42000$55,669
11Illinois17000$50,758
12New Hampshire33000$50,346
13Michigan26000$49,487
14Washington53000$49,227
15Alaska02000$48,565
16Oregon41000$48,140
17Minnesota27000$47,808
18Wisconsin55000$47,307
19Ohio39000$46,308
20Georgia13000$45,972
21Nevada32000$45,728
22Colorado08000$45,700
23North Dakota38000$45,596
24Vermont50000$45,313
25Virginia51000$45,308
26Iowa19000$45,165
27Texas48000$45,144
28North Carolina37000$45,103
29Florida12000$44,222
30Alabama01000$44,220
31West Virginia54000$43,819
32Hawaii15000$43,597
33Arizona04000$43,553
34Nebraska31000$43,456
35Kentucky21000$43,344
36Missouri29000$43,084
37South Carolina45000$43,015
38New Mexico35000$42,503
39Tennessee47000$42,470
40Wyoming56000$41,980
41Indiana18000$41,641
42Arkansas05000$41,309
43Maine23000$41,175
44Utah49000$41,124
45Louisiana22000$40,022
46Montana30000$39,858
47Mississippi28000$39,622
48South Dakota46000$38,798
49Oklahoma40000$37,815
50Kansas20000$36,483
51Idaho16000$34,501

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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