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Table 1: Nominal Average Annual Pay and Percent Change for All Covered Workers (1) (1995-96)


Average Annual Pay % Change
State 1995 1996 * 1995-96 **
Delaware 29,123 30,711 5.5
Minnesota 27,363 28,869 5.5
New York 34,938 36,831 5.4
Colorado 27,122 28,520 5.2
Washington 27,453 28,881 5.2
Massachusetts 32,352 33,940 4.9
District of Columbia 42,453 44,458 4.7
Oregon 25,833 27,027 4.6
Texas 26,899 28,129 4.6
Georgia 26,308 27,488 4.5
Nevada 26,647 27,788 4.3
Arizona 25,324 26,387 4.2
Connecticut 35,127 36,579 4.1
Kentucky 23,502 24,462 4.1
North Carolina 24,403 25,408 4.1
Virginia 26,899 28,001 4.1
Nebraska 22,389 23,291 4.0
New Hampshire 26,637 27,691 4.0
New Jersey 34,533 35,928 4.0
South Dakota 19,931 20,724 4.0
Utah 23,626 24,572 4.0
Illinois 30,101 31,285 3.9
Maryland 29,143 30,293 3.9
United States $27,846 $28,945 3.9%
Florida 24,709 25,640 3.8
Kansas 23,709 24,609 3.8
Pennsylvania 27,904 28,973 3.8
Vermont 23,583 24,480 3.8
Missouri 25,669 26,608 3.7
North Dakota 20,492 21,242 3.7
Tennessee 25,046 25,963 3.7
Wisconsin 25,099 26,021 3.7
Indiana 25,571 26,477 3.5
Iowa 22,875 23,679 3.5
California 30,717 31,773 3.4
Ohio 26,868 27,775 3.4
Arkansas 21,590 22,294 3.3
Mississippi 21,120 21,822 3.3
Alabama 24,396 25,180 3.2
Michigan 30,545 31,522 3.2
South Carolina 23,292 24,039 3.2
Maine 23,125 23,850 3.1
Montana 20,516 21,146 3.1
Rhode Island 26,375 27,194 3.1
New Mexico 23,040 23,716 2.9
Oklahoma 22,671 23,329 2.9
Louisiana 23,895 24,528 2.7
West Virginia 23,488 24,075 2.5
Idaho 22,839 23,353 2.3
Wyoming $22,351 $22,870 2.3%
Hawaii 26,977 27,363 1.4
Alaska 32,685 32,461 -0.7


* Data are preliminary.
** Percent changes were computed from unrounded average annual pay and may differ from those computed using data rounded to the nearest dollar.

 
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