South Carolina Average Weekly Wage By County in 2006 Q2
Updated on March 19, 2023.

According to the data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average weekly wage for South Carolina in 2006 Q2 was $646. Among all South Carolina counties, Aiken County had the highest average weekly wage ($767), followed by Greenville County ($700), and Spartanburg County ($691). On the other hand, Saluda County had the lowest average weekly wage ($475), followed by Bamberg County ($492), and Dillon County ($496).

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South Carolina Average Weekly Wage By County in 2006 Q2 ($)
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State Avg. Weekly Wages ($)
Abbeville 546
Aiken 767
Allendale 612
Anderson 574
Bamberg 492
Barnwell 557
Beaufort 596
Berkeley 682
Calhoun 665
Charleston 676
Cherokee 571
Chester 602
Chesterfield 560
Clarendon 507
Colleton 525
Darlington 668
Dillon 496
Dorchester 588
Edgefield 520
Fairfield 670
Florence 622
Georgetown 585
Greenville 700
Greenwood 618
Hampton 581
Horry 526
Jasper 617
Kershaw 598
Lancaster 597
Laurens 558
Lee 505
Lexington 605
McCormick 527
Marion 508
Marlboro 591
Newberry 545
Oconee 674
Orangeburg 584
Pickens 574
Richland 688
Saluda 475
Spartanburg 691
Sumter 559
Union 536
Williamsburg 531
York 656