Average Weekly Wage of Colorado in 2020, Quarter 4
Updated on March 3, 2022.

The average weekly wage for the state of Colorado in the fourth quarter of 2020 was $1,377 according to recent data from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. The top 3 counties that had the highest average weekly wage in the fourth quarter of 2020 were:

  1. Broomfield County: $1,917
  2. Denver County: $1,681
  3. Boulder County: $1,671

On the other hand, the top 3 counties that had the lowest average weekly wage in the fourth quarter of 2020 were:

  1. San Juan County: $641
  2. Costilla County: $680
  3. Hinsdale County: $697

You can interact with the chart below and also use the table below to see the average weekly wage for each county. You can also find links to county-level average weekly wages for each state at the bottom of this page.

Average Weekly Wage of Colorado in 2020, Q4 ($)
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Average Weekly Wage of Colorado in 2020, Q4 ($)
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State Avg. Weekly Wages ($)
Adams 1,228
Alamosa 871
Arapahoe 1,530
Archuleta 822
Baca 740
Bent 819
Boulder 1,671
Broomfield 1,917
Chaffee 889
Cheyenne 990
Clear Creek 966
Conejos 714
Costilla 680
Crowley 934
Custer 783
Delta 837
Denver 1,681
Dolores 699
Douglas 1,491
Eagle 1,152
Elbert 990
El Paso 1,184
Fremont 933
Garfield 1,106
Gilpin 1,491
Grand 906
Gunnison 896
Hinsdale 697
Huerfano 807
Jackson 854
Jefferson 1,375
Kiowa 878
Kit Carson 854
Lake 923
La Plata 1,135
Larimer 1,230
Las Animas 848
Lincoln 844
Logan 878
Mesa 995
Mineral 733
Moffat 1,079
Montezuma 823
Montrose 902
Morgan 1,056
Otero 814
Ouray 933
Park 904
Phillips 894
Pitkin 1,341
Prowers 757
Pueblo 997
Rio Blanco 1,134
Rio Grande 896
Routt 1,064
Saguache 767
San Juan 641
San Miguel 1,054
Sedgwick 845
Summit 997
Teller 914
Washington 883
Weld 1,107
Yuma 892

Trend of Average Weekly Wages for counties in Colorado

Use the links below to find the historical trend of the average weekly wages for counties in Colorado.