Average Weekly Wage of the United States in 2020, Quarter 3
Updated on March 3, 2022.

The average weekly wage for the United States in the third quarter of 2020 was $1,172 according to recent data from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. The top 3 states that had the highest average weekly wage in the third quarter of 2020 were:

  1. District of Columbia: $1,962
  2. Massachusetts: $1,489
  3. Washington: $1,480

On the other hand, the top 3 states that had the lowest average weekly wage in the third quarter of 2020 were:

  1. Mississippi: $808
  2. Idaho: $884
  3. Arkansas: $893

You can interact with the chart below and also use the table below to see the average weekly wage for each state. You can also find links to county-level average weekly wages for each state at the bottom of this page.

Average Weekly Wages U.S. States in 2020, Q3 ($)
$1 - $900
$901 - $1,000
$1,001 - $1,100
$1,101 - $1,200
Over $1,200
See also other quarterly average weekly wages for other years:
Average Weekly Wages of U.S. States in 2020, Q3 ($)
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State Average Weekly Wage ($)
Alabama 978
Alaska 1,165
Arizona 1,091
Arkansas 893
California 1,464
Colorado 1,235
Connecticut 1,326
Delaware 1,147
Florida 1,030
Georgia 1,084
Hawaii 1,113
Idaho 884
Illinois 1,198
Indiana 961
Iowa 968
Kansas 952
Kentucky 935
Louisiana 969
Maine 966
Maryland 1,270
Massachusetts 1,489
Michigan 1,096
Minnesota 1,177
Mississippi 808
Missouri 995
Montana 904
Nebraska 964
Nevada 1,048
New Hampshire 1,173
New Jersey 1,329
New Mexico 944
New York 1,446
North Carolina 1,038
North Dakota 1,024
Ohio 1,040
Oklahoma 915
Oregon 1,113
Pennsylvania 1,139
Rhode Island 1,092
South Carolina 924
South Dakota 918
Tennessee 1,022
Texas 1,150
Utah 1,015
Vermont 997
Virginia 1,200
Washington 1,480
West Virginia 914
Wisconsin 976
Wyoming 939
District of Columbia 1,962
1,172