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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100093,580
2New York3600079,340
3Virginia5100077,780
4New Jersey3400077,710
5Maryland2400076,210
6Connecticut0900075,880
7Massachusetts2500075,440
8California0600074,090
9Washington5300072,870
10Rhode Island4400072,630
11Alaska0200072,600
12Delaware1000071,740
13Colorado0800071,000
14Texas4800069,720
15Pennsylvania4200067,470
16Minnesota2700067,390
17Illinois1700067,090
18New Hampshire3300066,410
19North Carolina3700065,820
20Oregon4100065,570
21Georgia1300065,080
22Hawaii1500064,920
23Alabama0100064,830
24Michigan2600064,770
25Ohio3900063,630
26Missouri2900062,280
27Vermont5000062,170
28Wyoming5600061,670
29Kansas2000061,610
30Nevada3200061,570
31Arizona0400061,330
32Maine2300061,230
33North Dakota3800061,220
34Iowa1900060,530
35Wisconsin5500060,160
36Nebraska3100060,010
37New Mexico3500059,870
38Florida1200059,850
39Oklahoma4000059,580
40Indiana1800059,540
41South Dakota4600059,100
42South Carolina4500058,720
43West Virginia5400058,100
44Utah4900057,860
45Tennessee4700057,640
46Kentucky2100057,330
47Idaho1600056,810
48Arkansas0500056,200
49Montana3000056,110
50Mississippi2800055,660
51Louisiana2200055,610

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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