Ranking of New Mexico Counties By Average Weekly Wage in 2017 Q1

Updated on December 31, 2023.

According to data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2017 Q1, the average weekly wage for New Mexico was $838. Among all New Mexico counties, Los Alamos County had the highest average weekly wage ($1.67K), followed by Eddy County ($1.04K), and Lea County ($947).

On the other hand, Catron County had the lowest average weekly wage ($490), followed by Guadalupe County ($565), and San Miguel County ($577).

The chart below shows the top 10 counties with high average weekly wage, and the table below shows the ranking of all New Mexico counties.

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Ranking of New Mexico Counties By Average Weekly Wage in 2017 Q1
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Rank County Average Weekly Wage ($)
1 Los Alamos County 1672
2 Eddy County 1041
3 Lea County 947
4 Bernalillo County 895
5 San Juan County 872
6 Santa Fe County 806
7 Grant County 790
8 Hidalgo County 765
9 Sandoval County 747
10 Doña Ana County 715
11 Curry County 707
12 Socorro County 680
13 Otero County 676
14 Cibola County 663
15 Luna County 659
16 Chaves County 643
16 McKinley County 643
17 Rio Arriba County 638
18 Union County 636
19 Roosevelt County 634
20 Torrance County 629
21 Colfax County 620
22 Valencia County 614
23 Harding County 613
24 Quay County 611
25 Taos County 608
26 De Baca County 586
27 Lincoln County 583
28 Sierra County 580
29 Mora County 579
30 San Miguel County 577
31 Guadalupe County 565
32 Catron County 490