North Dakota Average Weekly Wage By County in 2012 Q3
Updated on March 19, 2023.

According to the data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average weekly wage for North Dakota in 2012 Q3 was $873. Among all North Dakota counties, Slope County had the highest average weekly wage ($1,501), followed by Williams County ($1,474), and Dunn County ($1,303). On the other hand, Logan County had the lowest average weekly wage ($468), followed by Sheridan County ($474), and Nelson County ($511).

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North Dakota Average Weekly Wage By County in 2012 Q3 ($)
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State Avg. Weekly Wages ($)
Adams 661
Barnes 619
Benson 701
Billings 740
Bottineau 766
Bowman 763
Burke 982
Burleigh 808
Cass 828
Cavalier 726
Dickey 594
Divide 898
Dunn 1303
Eddy 519
Emmons 565
Foster 648
Golden Valley 635
Grand Forks 733
Grant 557
Griggs 557
Hettinger 662
Kidder 605
LaMoure 617
Logan 468
McHenry 687
McIntosh 556
McKenzie 1240
McLean 810
Mercer 1083
Morton 783
Mountrail 1151
Nelson 511
Oliver 1157
Pembina 732
Pierce 648
Ramsey 659
Ransom 568
Renville 828
Richland 662
Rolette 599
Sargent 650
Sheridan 474
Sioux 712
Slope 1501
Stark 1088
Steele 697
Stutsman 688
Towner 566
Traill 683
Walsh 628
Ward 854
Wells 539
Williams 1474