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What Is the Average Average Salary by State

State Annual Salary Monthly Pay Weekly Pay Hourly Wage
Massachusetts $74,189 $6,182 $1,427 $35.67
Hawaii $73,973 $6,164 $1,423 $35.56
Rhode Island $71,365 $5,947 $1,372 $34.31
North Dakota $70,067 $5,839 $1,347 $33.69
Alaska $69,751 $5,813 $1,341 $33.53
Nevada $69,200 $5,767 $1,331 $33.27
Washington $69,142 $5,762 $1,330 $33.24
South Dakota $68,022 $5,668 $1,308 $32.70
New York $67,727 $5,644 $1,302 $32.56
Oregon $67,253 $5,604 $1,293 $32.33
Maryland $66,701 $5,558 $1,283 $32.07
Kansas $66,665 $5,555 $1,282 $32.05
Nebraska $65,465 $5,455 $1,259 $31.47
New Hampshire $65,421 $5,452 $1,258 $31.45
Virginia $64,607 $5,384 $1,242 $31.06
Colorado $63,026 $5,252 $1,212 $30.30
South Carolina $63,020 $5,252 $1,212 $30.30
Mississippi $62,497 $5,208 $1,202 $30.05
Delaware $62,391 $5,199 $1,200 $30.00
California $62,356 $5,196 $1,199 $29.98
Vermont $61,581 $5,132 $1,184 $29.61
Oklahoma $60,844 $5,070 $1,170 $29.25
Kentucky $60,788 $5,066 $1,169 $29.22
Wyoming $60,682 $5,057 $1,167 $29.17
Connecticut $60,416 $5,035 $1,162 $29.05
Arkansas $59,389 $4,949 $1,142 $28.55
Michigan $59,093 $4,924 $1,136 $28.41
Illinois $59,068 $4,922 $1,136 $28.40
West Virginia $58,867 $4,906 $1,132 $28.30
Idaho $58,479 $4,873 $1,125 $28.11
New Jersey $58,149 $4,846 $1,118 $27.96
Maine $58,015 $4,835 $1,116 $27.89
Pennsylvania $57,871 $4,823 $1,113 $27.82
Montana $57,684 $4,807 $1,109 $27.73
Missouri $57,598 $4,800 $1,108 $27.69
Arizona $57,091 $4,758 $1,098 $27.45
Minnesota $57,001 $4,750 $1,096 $27.40
Tennessee $56,888 $4,741 $1,094 $27.35
Indiana $56,725 $4,727 $1,091 $27.27
Texas $56,536 $4,711 $1,087 $27.18
Wisconsin $56,509 $4,709 $1,087 $27.17
Ohio $56,477 $4,706 $1,086 $27.15
Utah $55,841 $4,653 $1,074 $26.85
Louisiana $55,280 $4,607 $1,063 $26.58
Georgia $55,075 $4,590 $1,059 $26.48
Iowa $54,554 $4,546 $1,049 $26.23
Alabama $53,786 $4,482 $1,034 $25.86
North Carolina $53,703 $4,475 $1,033 $25.82
New Mexico $53,675 $4,473 $1,032 $25.81
Florida $51,909 $4,326 $998 $24.96

Top 50 Highest Paying States for Average Jobs in the U.S.

We’ve identified 11 states where the typical salary for an Average job is above the national average. Topping the list is Massachusetts, with Hawaii and Rhode Island close behind in second and third. Rhode Island beats the national average by 7.1%, and Massachusetts furthers that trend with another $7,523 (11.3%) above the $66,665.

With these 11 states paying on average above the national average, the opportunities for economic advancement by changing locations as an Average appears to be exceedingly fruitful.

About Our Data
ZipRecruiter salary estimates, histograms, trends and comparisons are derived from both employer job postings and third party data sources.
Data used to develop this report includes ADP data. ADP is an exclusive provider of employee payroll data for ZipRecruiter.
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