Average Weekly Wage of Colorado in 2021, Quarter 2
Updated on January 19, 2023.

The average weekly wage for the state of Colorado in the second quarter of 2021 was $1,282 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 second quarter of 2021 were:

  1. Broomfield County: $1,987
  2. Denver County: $1,600
  3. Boulder County: $1,495

On the other hand, the top 3 counties that had the lowest average weekly wage in the second quarter of 2021 were:

  1. San Juan County: $573
  2. Hinsdale County: $615
  3. Custer County: $642

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 2021, Q2 ($)
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Average Weekly Wage of Colorado in 2021, Q2 ($)
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State Avg. Weekly Wages ($)
Adams 1183
Alamosa 797
Arapahoe 1396
Archuleta 742
Baca 705
Bent 752
Boulder 1495
Broomfield 1987
Chaffee 792
Cheyenne 880
Clear Creek 947
Conejos 660
Costilla 655
Crowley 822
Custer 642
Delta 724
Denver 1600
Dolores 657
Douglas 1397
Eagle 1008
Elbert 981
El Paso 1086
Fremont 814
Garfield 1003
Gilpin 1104
Grand 839
Gunnison 828
Hinsdale 615
Huerfano 690
Jackson 746
Jefferson 1290
Kiowa 783
Kit Carson 781
Lake 911
La Plata 955
Larimer 1093
Las Animas 802
Lincoln 773
Logan 828
Mesa 921
Mineral 707
Moffat 942
Montezuma 765
Montrose 843
Morgan 943
Otero 751
Ouray 869
Park 828
Phillips 814
Pitkin 1203
Prowers 716
Pueblo 929
Rio Blanco 1043
Rio Grande 794
Routt 990
Saguache 709
San Juan 573
San Miguel 929
Sedgwick 760
Summit 905
Teller 841
Washington 735
Weld 1053
Yuma 810

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.