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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100071,690
2Massachusetts2500048,680
3Alaska0200048,020
4Connecticut0900046,920
5Washington5300046,100
6New York3600044,990
7Maryland2400044,690
8New Jersey3400043,600
9Minnesota2700042,630
10Hawaii1500042,480
11California0600042,430
12Colorado0800042,310
13Rhode Island4400042,040
14North Dakota3800041,340
15Virginia5100040,820
16Wyoming5600040,240
17Illinois1700039,950
18Delaware1000039,900
19New Hampshire3300039,870
20Vermont5000039,720
21Oregon4100039,580
22Pennsylvania4200038,450
23Wisconsin5500037,970
24Michigan2600037,620
25Ohio3900037,360
26Nebraska3100037,130
27Maine2300037,120
28Iowa1900037,100
28Texas4800037,100
30Arizona0400037,020
31Utah4900036,790
32Missouri2900036,040
33Georgia1300035,950
33Kansas2000035,950
35North Carolina3700035,750
36Indiana1800035,730
37Nevada3200035,550
38Montana3000035,080
39Tennessee4700034,890
40Kentucky2100034,650
41Florida1200034,560
41Oklahoma4000034,560
43Idaho1600034,260
44New Mexico3500034,120
45South Carolina4500033,750
46Alabama0100033,740
47South Dakota4600033,450
48Louisiana2200033,390
49West Virginia5400032,640
50Arkansas0500031,850
51Mississippi2800030,580

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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