As reported on Fox and Friends, where you live matters to your average wage from your job. We compared average wages from all industries by state and the relative growth over the last three years using recent figures from the United States Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA).
America’s heartland, from North Dakota to Texas has increased wage growth the most as a region. A more stable housing market, combined with lower tax regimes, can help explain some of this relative gain.
For more information about income performance, read our Wealth of States analysis at the long run connection between economic growth and job performance.