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Old 05-20-2021, 11:50 AM
 
Location: Piedmont, CA
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This data was released today by BLS.GOV so I decided to look at 2 criteria:

1. Counties with 300,000+ Jobs
2. By Average Weekly Wage
3. By Annual Wage Growth


County...........Q4 Average Weekly Wage(Annual Wage Growth)
Santa Clara, CA..................$3,690(+30.6%)
San Francisco, CA...............$3,646(+44.3%)
San Mateo, CA....................$3,435(+31.0%)
New York, NY(Manhattan)....$3,036(+20.9%)
Suffolk, MA.........................$2,558(+19.9%)
Washington, DC..................$2,293(+15.2%)
Arlington, VA.......................$2,227(+13.0%)
King, WA.............................$2,176(+19.7%)
Middlesex, MA....................$2,043(+18.4%)
Fairfield, CT.........................$2,031(+15.7%)
Fairfax, VA...........................$1,992(+14.9%)
Alameda, CA.......................$1,831(+16.5%)
Montgomery, MD................$1,758(+14.9%)
Fulton, GA...........................$1,707(+12.7%)
Denver, CO..........................$1,683(+15.3%)
Westchester, NY.................$1,681(+10.2%)
Lake, IL...............................$1,637(+12.7%)
Travis, TX............................$1,632(+15.2%)
Norfolk, MA.........................$1,629(+16.2%)
Montgomery, PA.................$1,627(+17.4%)
Hennepin, MN.....................$1,616(+13.4%)
Los Angeles, CA..................$1,612(+12.4%)
Contra Costa, CA...........,.....$1,609(+13.9%)
Essex, NJ............................$1,598(+14.1%)
Baltimore(City), MD.............$1,593(+11.2%)
Cook, IL...............................$1,571(+14.6%)
San Diego, CA................,....$1,564(+19.2%)
Dallas, TX............................$1,548(+10.7%)
Philadelphia, PA..................$1,543(+9.8%)
Bergen, NJ..........................$1,533(+13.2%)
Arapahoe, CO......................$1,530(+13.2%)
Orange, CA..........................$1,512(+16.6%)
Hartford, CT.........................$1,503(+8.7%)
Harris, TX.............................$1,501(+5.0%)
Collin, TX..............................$1,496(+12.1%)
Middlesex, NJ......................$1,475(+12.0%)
Oakland, MI.........................$1,473(+12.6%)
DuPage, IL...........................$1,456(+11.9%)
Nassau, NY..........................$1,456(+13.0%)
Suffolk, NY...........................$1,454(+13.4%)
Mecklenberg, NC.................$1,453(+10.2%)
Multnomah, OR....................$1,440(+15.3%)
Davidson, TN........................$1,421(+13.4%)
Ramsey, MN........................$1,412(+12.4%)
Sacramento, CA..................$1,407(+10.5%)
Essex, MA............................$1,400(+14.4%)
Allegheny, PA.......................$1,393(+11.2%)
Wayne, MI............................$1,391(+9.9%)
St Louis, MO.........................$1,391(+13.5%)
Hamilton, OH.......................$1,387(+11.8%)
Baltimore, MD......................$1,360(+14.8%)
Cobb, GA.............................$1,357(+13.3%)
Shelby, TN...........................$1,341(+15.7%)
Ventura, CA.........................$1,329(+14.7%)
Dane, WI..............................$1,322(+12.4%)
Palm Beach, FL....................$1,321(+14.5%)
Wake, NC.............................$1,321(+10.4%)
Cuyahoga, OH......................$1,319(+10.4%)
Jackson, MO........................$1,318(+11.1%)
New Haven, CT....................$1,316(+11.0%)
Salt Lake, UT........................$1,315(+13.8%)
Johnson, KS.........................$1,313(+13.0%)
Macomb, MI.........................$1,308(+14.1%)
Marion, IN.............................$1,299(+13.0%)
Worcester, MA......................$1,296(+14.0%)
Miami-Dade, FL....................$1,295(+14.0%)
Bronx, NY..............................$1,288(+11.3%)
Franklin, OH.........................$1,288(+14.6%)
Honolulu, HI.........................$1,282(+16.0%)
Queens, NY...........................$1,276(+9.6%)
Maricopa, AZ.......................$1,273(+14.8%)
Hillsborough, FL...................$1,267(+12.9%)
Tarrant, TX...........................$1,262(+10.8%)
Jefferson, AL.......................$1,260(+10.4%)
Milwaukee, WI......................$1,258)+12.0%)
Jefferson, KY.......................$1,256(+9.1%)
Broward, FL..........................$1,247(+13.6%)
Douglas, NE..........................$1,226(+12.4%)
Duval, FL..............................$1,217(+11.0%)
Orange, FL............................$1,214(+16.4%)
Gwinnett, GA........................$1,204(+10.2%)
Pierce, WA............................$1,197(+11.6%)
Kent, MI...............................$1,194(+16.4%)
Erie, NY.................................$1,188(+14.0%)
Pinellas, FL...........................$1,187(+11.0%)
Monroe, NY............................$1,186(+13.2%)
Bexar, TX..............................$1,171(+10.9%)
Oklahoma, OK.......................$1,160(+9.5%)
Clark, NV...............................$1,141(+13.4%)
Kings, NY...............................$1,132(+10.4%)
Bernalillo, NM.......................$1,129(+15.0%)
San Bernardino, CA...............$1,115(+14.7%)
Tulsa, OK...............................$1,087(+7.2%)
Kern, CA........................,.......$1,069(+11.0%)
Fresno, CA.....................,.......$1,059(+12.1%)
Riverside, CA........................$1,051(+14.5%)
El Paso, TX............................$892(+12.3%)

https://www.bls.gov/news.release/cewqtr.t01.htm
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Old 05-20-2021, 11:19 PM
 
Location: Land of the Free
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Good data. Top 13 counties all in Bay Area, NY, DC, Boston, and Seattle metros. I don't know how people in LA can afford homes on the wages there.
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Old 05-20-2021, 11:33 PM
 
Location: Sandy Eggo's North County
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Good data. Top 13 counties all in Bay Area, NY, DC, Boston, and Seattle metros. I don't know how people in LA can afford homes on the wages there.
30 people to a home, is how.
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Old 05-21-2021, 01:33 AM
 
Location: Orange County, CA
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Q4, that's fourth quarter of 2020. At that time the media was painting a grim picture of the economy and blaming Trump.
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