Marcia Hultman

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South Dakota e-Labor Bulletin

South Dakota and Area Annualized Pay

of Workers Covered by Unemployment Insurance


July 2016 to June 2017
Statewide $42,131 Douglas County $33,683 McPherson County $31,101
Rapid City MSA $40,584 Edmunds County $37,261 Marshall County $37,215
Sioux Falls MSA $46,971 Fall River County $35,847 Meade County $39,697
Aurora County $31,966 Faulk County $32,236 Mellette County $25,959
Beadle County $39,318 Grant County $39,678 Miner County $32,819
Bennett County $31,381 Gregory County $30,339 Minnehaha County $47,134
Bon Homme County $33,297 Haakon County $36,671 Moody County $37,588
Brookings County $42,681 Hamlin County $35,780 Oglala Lakota County $39,691
Brown County $40,888 Hand County $32,939 Pennington County $40,976
Brule County $31,183 Hanson County $35,815 Perkins County $31,497
Buffalo County $38,026 Harding County $39,275 Potter County $34,040
Butte County $33,116 Hughes County $42,951 Roberts County $33,975
Campbell County $32,403 Hutchinson County $34,387 Sanborn County $31,794
Charles Mix County $33,247 Hyde County $38,496 Spink County $36,239
Clark County $32,397 Jackson County $28,693 Stanley County $34,085
Clay County $36,789 Jerauld County $35,740 Sully County $35,562
Codington County $38,102 Jones County $28,665 Todd County $36,370
Corson County $36,604 Kingsbury County $35,635 Tripp County $34,132
Custer County $33,662 Lake County $39,423 Turner County $34,260
Davison County $38,591 Lawrence County $33,902 Union County $53,140
Day County $31,160 Lincoln County $48,028 Walworth County $33,497
Deuel County $40,521 Lyman County $29,781 Yankton County $40,670
Dewey County $38,949 McCook County $34,652 Ziebach County $33,249
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.