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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100074,340
2Massachusetts2500050,200
3Alaska0200048,540
4Connecticut0900048,530
5Washington5300048,140
6New York3600046,680
7Maryland2400045,970
8New Jersey3400045,000
9Hawaii1500044,400
10Colorado0800044,250
11California0600044,180
12Rhode Island4400044,170
13Minnesota2700044,110
14North Dakota3800042,510
15Virginia5100042,220
16Wyoming5600041,650
17New Hampshire3300041,490
18Oregon4100041,250
19Illinois1700041,060
20Vermont5000040,920
21Delaware1000040,900
22Pennsylvania4200039,490
23Wisconsin5500039,090
24Michigan2600038,680
25Ohio3900038,560
26Arizona0400038,410
27Nebraska3100038,390
28Maine2300038,370
29Iowa1900038,280
30Texas4800038,010
31Utah4900037,910
32Missouri2900037,180
33Kansas2000037,010
34Indiana1800036,960
35Georgia1300036,930
36North Carolina3700036,910
37Montana3000036,420
38Nevada3200036,410
39Tennessee4700035,910
40Florida1200035,850
41Oklahoma4000035,730
42Kentucky2100035,540
43New Mexico3500035,420
44Idaho1600035,360
45Alabama0100034,800
46South Dakota4600034,750
47South Carolina4500034,690
48Louisiana2200034,650
49West Virginia5400033,920
50Arkansas0500032,940
51Mississippi2800031,210

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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