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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100079,650
2Massachusetts2500053,550
3Washington5300051,600
4Connecticut0900051,090
5Alaska0200050,860
6New York3600049,580
7Maryland2400048,740
8New Jersey3400048,130
9Rhode Island4400047,360
10California0600047,290
11Colorado0800046,850
12Hawaii1500046,680
13Minnesota2700046,610
14Virginia5100045,210
15North Dakota3800044,220
16New Hampshire3300044,130
17Oregon4100043,760
18Illinois1700043,700
19Vermont5000043,270
20Delaware1000043,090
21Wyoming5600043,030
22Pennsylvania4200041,760
23Wisconsin5500041,150
24Michigan2600040,920
25Maine2300040,460
26Ohio3900040,300
27Arizona0400040,260
28Iowa1900039,920
29Nebraska3100039,850
30Texas4800039,640
31Utah4900039,480
32Missouri2900038,890
33North Carolina3700038,740
34Kansas2000038,670
35Georgia1300038,660
36Indiana1800038,600
37Nevada3200038,580
38Montana3000037,860
39Florida1200037,580
40Tennessee4700037,440
41New Mexico3500037,380
42Kentucky2100037,230
43Oklahoma4000037,110
44Idaho1600037,010
45South Dakota4600036,820
46Louisiana2200036,460
47Alabama0100036,250
48South Carolina4500036,100
49West Virginia5400035,500
50Arkansas0500034,330
51Mississippi2800032,710

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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