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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100067,870
2Alaska0200047,170
3Massachusetts2500046,690
4Connecticut0900045,090
5Washington5300043,400
6Maryland2400043,010
7New York3600042,760
8New Jersey3400041,950
9California0600040,920
10Minnesota2700040,100
11Hawaii1500040,030
12Rhode Island4400039,730
13Colorado0800039,710
14North Dakota3800039,160
15Virginia5100039,070
16Wyoming5600038,710
17Illinois1700038,270
17New Hampshire3300038,270
19Oregon4100037,990
20Delaware1000037,960
21Vermont5000037,920
22Pennsylvania4200036,680
23Wisconsin5500036,250
24Michigan2600036,030
25Ohio3900035,760
26Texas4800035,480
27Arizona0400035,470
28Maine2300035,380
29Utah4900035,010
30Nebraska3100034,890
31Iowa1900034,790
32Nevada3200034,510
33Kansas2000034,460
34Georgia1300034,330
35Missouri2900034,230
36North Carolina3700033,920
37Indiana1800033,790
38Kentucky2100033,190
39Oklahoma4000033,140
40New Mexico3500032,900
41Idaho1600032,800
41Tennessee4700032,800
43Florida1200032,790
44Montana3000032,750
45South Carolina4500032,140
46Alabama0100032,100
47Louisiana2200032,080
48South Dakota4600031,590
49West Virginia5400030,760
50Arkansas0500030,130
51Mississippi2800029,590

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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