Can you guess what county's residents earn the least and the most in the state, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics?

A side note, last year New Jersey ranked 50th among all the United States for average wage growth, increasing by just 1.8 percent compared to the rest of the 3.9 national average.

The state county that earns the highest average paycheck per week? Morris County. The average weekly wage there at the close of 2017 was $1,582. Cape May County comes in earning the lowest, at $783/week.

Just behind Morris County is Somerset, Hudson, Union, and Mercer.

SOURCES: Bureau of Labor Statistics; NJ.com