Average Weekly Wage of the United States in 2020, Quarter 4
Updated on March 3, 2022.

The average weekly wage for the United States in the fourth quarter of 2020 was $1,339 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 fourth quarter of 2020 were:

  1. District of Columbia: $2,296
  2. Massachusetts: $1,767
  3. California: $1,722

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

  1. Mississippi: $901
  2. West Virginia: $998
  3. Arkansas: $1,000

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, Q4 ($)
$1 - $900
$901 - $1,000
$1,001 - $1,100
$1,101 - $1,200
Over $1,200
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Average Weekly Wages of U.S. States in 2020, Q4 ($)
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State Average Weekly Wage ($)
Alabama 1,099
Alaska 1,259
Arizona 1,214
Arkansas 1,000
California 1,722
Colorado 1,377
Connecticut 1,550
Delaware 1,262
Florida 1,182
Georgia 1,207
Hawaii 1,219
Idaho 1,034
Illinois 1,378
Indiana 1,078
Iowa 1,099
Kansas 1,070
Kentucky 1,057
Louisiana 1,077
Maine 1,093
Maryland 1,444
Massachusetts 1,767
Michigan 1,257
Minnesota 1,325
Mississippi 901
Missouri 1,128
Montana 1,035
Nebraska 1,078
Nevada 1,178
New Hampshire 1,407
New Jersey 1,518
New Mexico 1,051
New York 1,712
North Carolina 1,151
North Dakota 1,136
Ohio 1,161
Oklahoma 1,010
Oregon 1,256
Pennsylvania 1,287
Rhode Island 1,259
South Carolina 1,035
South Dakota 1,048
Tennessee 1,172
Texas 1,294
Utah 1,159
Vermont 1,133
Virginia 1,359
Washington 1,588
West Virginia 998
Wisconsin 1,140
Wyoming 1,061
District of Columbia 2,296
1,339