Ranking of New Mexico Counties By Average Weekly Wage in 2017 Q4

Updated on December 31, 2023.

According to data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2017 Q4, the average weekly wage for New Mexico was $865. Among all New Mexico counties, Los Alamos County had the highest average weekly wage ($1.51K), followed by Eddy County ($1.11K), and Lea County ($1.02K).

On the other hand, Catron County had the lowest average weekly wage ($544), followed by San Miguel County ($588), and Sierra County ($590).

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 Q4
Los Alamos
Eddy
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Ranking of New Mexico Counties By Average Weekly Wage in 2017 Q4
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Rank County Average Weekly Wage ($)
1 Los Alamos County 1510
2 Eddy County 1112
3 Lea County 1017
4 Santa Fe County 934
5 Bernalillo County 912
6 San Juan County 875
7 Sandoval County 770
8 Grant County 751
9 Doña Ana County 739
10 Otero County 721
11 Curry County 720
12 Socorro County 716
13 Hidalgo County 714
14 Chaves County 693
15 Cibola County 686
16 Torrance County 667
17 Roosevelt County 666
18 McKinley County 664
19 Luna County 662
19 Valencia County 662
20 Harding County 658
21 De Baca County 656
21 Union County 656
22 Rio Arriba County 652
23 Colfax County 646
24 Taos County 626
25 Lincoln County 609
26 Mora County 607
27 Quay County 602
28 Guadalupe County 591
29 Sierra County 590
30 San Miguel County 588
31 Catron County 544