Marcia Hultman

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South Dakota e-Labor Bulletin

South Dakota and Area Annualized Pay

of Workers Covered by Unemployment Insurance

 

January 2017 to December 2017
Statewide $42,424 Douglas County $34,202 McPherson County $31,818
Rapid City MSA $40,755 Edmunds County $37,630 Marshall County $37,890
Sioux Falls MSA $47,306 Fall River County $36,269 Meade County $39,295
Aurora County $32,789 Faulk County $31,882 Mellette County $25,575
Beadle County $38,843 Grant County $40,001 Miner County $32,902
Bennett County $31,784 Gregory County $30,673 Minnehaha County $47,448
Bon Homme County $33,864 Haakon County $37,536 Moody County $37,787
Brookings County $42,648 Hamlin County $36,620 Oglala Lakota County $39,913
Brown County $41,407 Hand County $33,831 Pennington County $41,198
Brule County $31,338 Hanson County $36,636 Perkins County $31,609
Buffalo County $38,740 Harding County $38,119 Potter County $34,811
Butte County $32,880 Hughes County $43,141 Roberts County $33,814
Campbell County $32,921 Hutchinson County $35,037 Sanborn County $31,912
Charles Mix County $33,590 Hyde County $38,031 Spink County $36,530
Clark County $32,515 Jackson County $29,189 Stanley County $34,164
Clay County $37,088 Jerauld County $36,450 Sully County $36,673
Codington County $38,820 Jones County $29,002 Todd County $36,215
Corson County $36,653 Kingsbury County $35,756 Tripp County $34,500
Custer County $34,326 Lake County $40,166 Turner County $34,726
Davison County $39,216 Lawrence County $34,649 Union County $54,475
Day County $31,902 Lincoln County $48,452 Walworth County $33,838
Deuel County $40,179 Lyman County $29,650 Yankton County $41,496
Dewey County $39,061 McCook County $34,912 Ziebach County $33,990
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.