The right job for you
Long-touted for its outstanding workforce, South Dakota continues to provide its companies with educated, available employees. Our state's economy is driven by the traditional industries of agriculture, financial services, and manufacturing, but gaining momentum are the professional and technical services industries, knowledge-based industries such as biotech, and business processes.
South Dakota = More Money in Your Pocket
Find out what the median annual wage is for your occupation in every state. More importantly find out how much purchasing power you would have after federal and state taxes are withheld form your paycheck.
*Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, 2011. View March 2013 news release
Average South Dakota Wages by Level of Education Typically Required for Entry*:
Associate Degree - $48,723
Bachelor's Degree - $60,574
Master's Degree - $55,750
*Learn more about these wage and earnings calculations here.
View a full listing of South Dakota occupations and corresponding wage estimates here.
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