Average Weekly Wage of Georgia
Updated on October 21, 2022.

According to recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average weekly wage of Georgia in the first quarter of 2022 was $1,301; it increased by $8 compared to the fourth quarter of 2021, and increased by $105 compared to the first quarter of 2021.

The chart and table below shows the quarterly average weekly wages of Georgia from 2003 Q1 to 2022 Q1. You can also find links at the bottom of this page for the average weekly wages for each US state.

Average Weekly Wage of Georgia ($)
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Year Quarter Avg. Weekly Wages ($)
2003 Q1 715
2003 Q2 683
2003 Q3 685
2003 Q4 735
2004 Q1 728
2004 Q2 700
2004 Q3 711
2004 Q4 773
2005 Q1 742
2005 Q2 721
2005 Q3 748
2005 Q4 795
2006 Q1 798
2006 Q2 744
2006 Q3 751
2006 Q4 812
2007 Q1 836
2007 Q2 792
2007 Q3 782
2007 Q4 834
2008 Q1 843
2008 Q2 786
2008 Q3 794
2008 Q4 853
2009 Q1 832
2009 Q2 792
2009 Q3 801
2009 Q4 876
2010 Q1 837
2010 Q2 812
2010 Q3 823
2010 Q4 905
2011 Q1 885
2011 Q2 832
2011 Q3 867
2011 Q4 885
2012 Q1 931
2012 Q2 848
2012 Q3 854
2012 Q4 925
2013 Q1 940
2013 Q2 867
2013 Q3 867
2013 Q4 923
2014 Q1 972
2014 Q2 882
2014 Q3 891
2014 Q4 958
2015 Q1 989
2015 Q2 905
2015 Q3 915
2015 Q4 1002
2016 Q1 1007
2016 Q2 929
2016 Q3 970
2016 Q4 993
2017 Q1 1070
2017 Q2 957
2017 Q3 961
2017 Q4 1028
2018 Q1 1093
2018 Q2 978
2018 Q3 992
2018 Q4 1052
2019 Q1 1121
2019 Q2 1017
2019 Q3 1025
2019 Q4 1089
2020 Q1 1156
2020 Q2 1076
2020 Q3 1084
2020 Q4 1207
2021 Q1 1196
2021 Q2 1139
2021 Q3 1157
2021 Q4 1293
2022 Q1 1301