New York Average Weekly Wage By County in 2003 Q4
Updated on March 19, 2023.

According to the data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average weekly wage for New York in 2003 Q4 was $960. Among all New York counties, New York County had the highest average weekly wage ($1,482), followed by Westchester County ($1,035), and Nassau County ($903). On the other hand, Hamilton County had the lowest average weekly wage ($425), followed by Yates County ($472), and Herkimer County ($510).

Interact with the chart below to see the average weekly wage for each county. This information can also be found in the table below.

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New York Average Weekly Wage By County in 2003 Q4 ($)
New York Average Weekly Wage By County in 2003 Q4 ($)
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State Avg. Weekly Wages ($)
Albany 802
Allegany 544
Bronx 744
Broome 615
Cattaraugus 569
Cayuga 608
Chautauqua 551
Chemung 602
Chenango 623
Clinton 613
Columbia 615
Cortland 595
Delaware 592
Dutchess 776
Erie 682
Essex 566
Franklin 570
Fulton 578
Genesee 526
Greene 620
Hamilton 425
Herkimer 510
Jefferson 594
Kings 708
Lewis 535
Livingston 559
Madison 573
Monroe 749
Montgomery 556
Nassau 903
New York 1482
Niagara 667
Oneida 599
Onondaga 734
Ontario 597
Orange 666
Orleans 550
Oswego 601
Otsego 545
Putnam 779
Queens 797
Rensselaer 701
Richmond 727
Rockland 832
St. Lawrence 590
Saratoga 628
Schenectady 783
Schoharie 557
Schuyler 511
Seneca 582
Steuben 713
Suffolk 837
Sullivan 608
Tioga 707
Tompkins 695
Ulster 570
Warren 589
Washington 614
Wayne 565
Westchester 1035
Wyoming 590
Yates 472