2018 H1B Visa Report

2018 States
State Filings Average Salary
California 117,248 $111,586
Texas 62,386 $90,919
New York 52,985 $103,289
New Jersey 41,259 $92,145
Illinois 29,930 $89,237
Washington 24,987 $115,139
Pennsylvania 24,031 $88,033
Massachusetts 23,830 $94,815
Georgia 21,210 $87,781
Michigan 19,819 $85,102
Florida 19,090 $84,154
North Carolina 16,995 $90,430
Virginia 15,944 $91,861
Ohio 13,884 $87,162
Maryland 11,059 $88,306
Arizona 9,556 $88,993
Connecticut 8,254 $92,499
Tennessee 6,970 $81,161
Minnesota 6,827 $89,795
Indiana 6,238 $83,470
Missouri 5,909 $88,999
Wisconsin 5,871 $89,780
Colorado 5,296 $90,255
Oregon 4,254 $93,040
Delaware 3,543 $94,494
Arkansas 3,433 $85,817
District of Columbia 3,368 $96,517
Iowa 3,218 $87,647
Utah 3,070 $83,746
South Carolina 2,952 $84,618
Kentucky 2,624 $88,805
Nebraska 2,279 $86,986
Rhode Island 2,127 $90,042
Kansas 1,792 $86,893
Oklahoma 1,734 $81,667
Alabama 1,704 $95,996
Louisiana 1,594 $90,400
Nevada 1,562 $94,957
New Hampshire 1,530 $92,476
New Mexico 912 $101,180
Idaho 813 $84,965
Mississippi 675 $109,058
Maine 603 $117,135
West Virginia 485 $124,978
Hawaii 467 $82,750
North Dakota 459 $124,325
Vermont 407 $89,504
South Dakota 320 $101,630
Guam 269 $65,686
Northern Mariana Islands 218 $49,036
Alaska 201 $99,589
Montana 187 $94,119
Wyoming 148 $100,876
Puerto Rico 143 $83,216
Virgin Islands 25 $55,381