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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000149,620
2New Jersey34000145,200
3New York36000144,970
4Delaware10000133,290
5Virginia51000130,500
6Connecticut09000129,220
7California06000129,110
8Rhode Island44000128,390
9Colorado08000126,220
10Washington53000125,800
11Massachusetts25000123,940
12Maryland24000121,640
13Pennsylvania42000112,370
14Minnesota27000111,520
15New Hampshire33000110,740
16North Carolina37000109,390
17Illinois17000109,190
18Wisconsin55000107,060
19Michigan26000105,310
20Texas48000104,140
21Ohio39000100,560
22Hawaii15000100,120
23Georgia13000100,000
24Oregon4100099,770
25Arizona0400099,130
26Alaska0200098,440
27South Dakota4600096,810
28Missouri2900095,620
29South Carolina4500095,260
30Alabama0100095,120
31Nevada3200095,050
32Kansas2000094,600
33Nebraska3100092,950
34Florida1200092,790
35New Mexico3500090,970
36Maine2300090,830
36North Dakota3800090,830
38Iowa1900090,180
39Indiana1800090,050
40Wyoming5600089,250
41Tennessee4700089,000
42Louisiana2200088,930
43Oklahoma4000086,930
44Montana3000086,020
45Vermont5000085,110
46Utah4900083,510
47Kentucky2100082,600
48West Virginia5400079,680
49Arkansas0500078,400
50Idaho1600075,900
51Mississippi2800074,150

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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