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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100095,650
2New York3600081,600
3New Jersey3400079,860
4Virginia5100078,780
5Massachusetts2500077,720
6Maryland2400077,290
7Connecticut0900077,100
8California0600075,480
9Washington5300075,240
10Rhode Island4400074,940
11Colorado0800073,180
12Delaware1000072,130
13Alaska0200071,820
14Texas4800070,610
15Minnesota2700069,780
16Illinois1700069,420
17Pennsylvania4200069,170
18Oregon4100067,650
19New Hampshire3300067,520
20North Carolina3700067,370
21Georgia1300066,500
22Michigan2600066,030
23Hawaii1500065,780
24Alabama0100065,410
25Ohio3900065,230
26Missouri2900063,650
27Vermont5000063,260
28Arizona0400063,020
29Maine2300062,920
30Kansas2000062,800
31Wyoming5600062,630
32North Dakota3800062,320
33Nevada3200062,180
34Iowa1900062,160
35Wisconsin5500061,980
36Nebraska3100061,190
37Oklahoma4000060,940
38New Mexico3500060,780
39Indiana1800060,770
40South Dakota4600060,650
41South Carolina4500060,410
42Florida1200060,010
43Kentucky2100059,080
44Idaho1600058,740
45Utah4900058,380
46Tennessee4700058,280
47Montana3000057,920
48West Virginia5400057,550
49Louisiana2200057,300
50Mississippi2800057,040
51Arkansas0500056,950

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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