Marcia Hultman

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South Dakota e-Labor Bulletin

South Dakota and Area Annualized Pay

of Workers Covered by Unemployment Insurance

 

April 2017 to March 2018
Statewide $42,721 Douglas County $34,435 McPherson County $32,192
Rapid City MSA $40,882 Edmunds County $37,778 Marshall County $38,723
Sioux Falls MSA $47,640 Fall River County $36,573 Meade County $39,519
Aurora County $32,835 Faulk County $31,799 Mellette County $25,665
Beadle County $39,560 Grant County $40,081 Miner County $33,113
Bennett County $32,354 Gregory County $30,931 Minnehaha County $47,762
Bon Homme County $34,092 Haakon County $37,832 Moody County $37,785
Brookings County $42,646 Hamlin County $37,669 Oglala Lakota County $40,467
Brown County $41,747 Hand County $34,096 Pennington County $41,318
Brule County $31,736 Hanson County $36,964 Perkins County $31,770
Buffalo County $38,673 Harding County $37,836 Potter County $35,745
Butte County $32,838 Hughes County $43,348 Roberts County $33,979
Campbell County $33,105 Hutchinson County $35,493 Sanborn County $31,978
Charles Mix County $33,780 Hyde County $37,863 Spink County $36,564
Clark County $32,314 Jackson County $29,297 Stanley County $34,652
Clay County $37,219 Jerauld County $36,511 Sully County $37,277
Codington County $39,462 Jones County $29,307 Todd County $36,840
Corson County $36,628 Kingsbury County $36,023 Tripp County $34,135
Custer County $34,401 Lake County $40,601 Turner County $34,956
Davison County $39,417 Lawrence County $35,123 Union County $54,777
Day County $32,355 Lincoln County $48,863 Walworth County $34,034
Deuel County $40,326 Lyman County $29,645 Yankton County $41,983
Dewey County $39,184 McCook County $35,486 Ziebach County $34,184
Source: Labor Market Information Center, South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation. Produced in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Access historical annual pay data.
See the definition of covered workers.
See the definition of Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA).
See technical notes about the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages, the program that makes this data possible.