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Workers in the New York-White Plains-Wayne Metropolitan Division had an average hourly wage of $29.63 in May 2014, about 30 percent above the nationwide average.
Total compensation costs for private industry workers increased 2.6 percent in the New York-Newark-Bridgeport, N.Y.-N.J.-Conn.-Pa., metropolitan area for the year ended March 2015.
Puerto Rico’s only large county, the municipio of San Juan, reported an employment decline of 1.8 percent from September 2013 to September 2014.
Workers in the U.S. Virgin Islands had an average hourly wage of $16.81 in May 2014, about 26 percent below the United States average.
Workers in the Rochester area had an average hourly wage of $22.01 in May 2014, about 3 percent below the nationwide average.