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Occupational Employment and Wage Statistics
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Table 6. State all-occupations hourly mean wages and location quotients for fast food cooks, May 2009
State Location quotient, fast food cooks State all-occupations hourly mean wage

Alabama

1.66 $18.03

Arizona

1.48 19.67

Arkansas

2.23 16.65

California

1.87 23.82

Colorado

0.58 22.11

Connecticut

0.84 24.50

Delaware

0.50 22.25

Florida

0.71 18.96

Georgia

1.47 19.88

Hawaii

0.93 20.56

Idaho

1.13 18.23

Illinois

1.22 22.17

Indiana

0.97 18.43

Iowa

0.79 17.77

Kansas

1.20 18.52

Kentucky

0.96 17.97

Louisiana

1.09 17.60

Maine

0.53 18.53

Maryland

0.85 23.80

Massachusetts

0.38 25.34

Michigan

1.23 20.64

Minnesota

0.75 21.60

Mississippi

2.66 16.14

Missouri

0.66 18.87

Montana

1.08 16.87

Nebraska

1.05 17.94

Nevada

1.38 19.42

New Hampshire

0.76 21.02

New Jersey

0.55 24.04

New Mexico

1.51 18.71

New York

0.71 24.42

North Carolina

0.20 18.95

North Dakota

0.61 17.31

Ohio

0.65 19.37

Oklahoma

1.88 17.22

Oregon

1.05 20.45

Pennsylvania

0.66 20.21

Rhode Island

0.39 21.31

South Carolina

1.72 17.81

South Dakota

1.50 16.02

Tennessee

0.96 17.96

Texas

0.85 19.76

Utah

1.02 18.86

Vermont

0.57 19.68

Virginia

0.61 22.29

Washington

0.50 22.97

West Virginia

0.37 16.62

Wisconsin

0.58 19.32

Wyoming

0.94 19.19

 

Last Modified Date: April 4, 2011