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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000141,320
2New York36000133,880
3New Jersey34000132,380
4Virginia51000126,060
5Delaware10000125,030
6Connecticut09000123,930
7Rhode Island44000122,630
8California06000119,450
9Maryland24000118,440
10Colorado08000116,800
11Massachusetts25000115,870
12Washington53000114,590
13Pennsylvania42000109,400
14North Carolina37000106,060
15Minnesota27000104,600
16New Hampshire33000104,360
17Texas48000102,510
18Georgia13000102,210
19Michigan26000101,710
20Wisconsin55000100,100
21Illinois1700099,570
22Alaska0200097,300
23Nevada3200097,260
24Ohio3900096,620
25Alabama0100095,710
26Hawaii1500095,580
27South Dakota4600094,490
28Oregon4100092,980
29Missouri2900092,710
30Florida1200091,030
31Kansas2000090,780
32Arizona0400090,010
33South Carolina4500089,380
34Wyoming5600088,320
35Iowa1900087,190
36New Mexico3500086,920
37North Dakota3800086,320
38Nebraska3100086,150
39Vermont5000084,780
40Indiana1800084,290
41Maine2300084,160
42Louisiana2200083,530
43Tennessee4700082,500
44Oklahoma4000081,930
45Kentucky2100080,580
45Montana3000080,580
47Utah4900079,800
48West Virginia5400076,780
49Arkansas0500075,630
50Idaho1600071,190
51Mississippi2800068,740

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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