Pennsylvania Average Weekly Wage By County in 2008 Q1
Updated on March 19, 2023.

According to the data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average weekly wage for Pennsylvania in 2008 Q1 was $868. Among all Pennsylvania counties, Montgomery County had the highest average weekly wage ($1,189), followed by Chester County ($1,117), and Philadelphia County ($1,066). On the other hand, Susquehanna County had the lowest average weekly wage ($480), followed by Sullivan County ($490), and Perry County ($505).

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Pennsylvania Average Weekly Wage By County in 2008 Q1 ($)
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State Avg. Weekly Wages ($)
Adams 633
Allegheny 950
Armstrong 686
Beaver 717
Bedford 543
Berks 770
Blair 622
Bradford 682
Bucks 850
Butler 733
Cambria 602
Cameron 580
Carbon 550
Centre 724
Chester 1117
Clarion 563
Clearfield 592
Clinton 598
Columbia 623
Crawford 620
Cumberland 793
Dauphin 843
Delaware 956
Elk 640
Erie 684
Fayette 571
Forest 627
Franklin 661
Fulton 692
Greene 847
Huntingdon 599
Indiana 705
Jefferson 593
Juniata 533
Lackawanna 647
Lancaster 730
Lawrence 656
Lebanon 637
Lehigh 872
Luzerne 673
Lycoming 637
McKean 654
Mercer 635
Mifflin 590
Monroe 707
Montgomery 1189
Montour 911
Northampton 770
Northumberland 621
Perry 505
Philadelphia 1066
Pike 544
Potter 654
Schuylkill 617
Snyder 574
Somerset 581
Sullivan 490
Susquehanna 480
Tioga 575
Union 656
Venango 626
Warren 644
Washington 760
Wayne 581
Westmoreland 756
Wyoming 701
York 758