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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100099,000
2New Jersey3400084,700
3New York3600084,470
4Massachusetts2500081,030
5Virginia5100080,940
6Maryland2400080,510
7Washington5300078,920
8California0600078,690
9Connecticut0900078,650
10Rhode Island4400077,940
11Colorado0800075,640
12Delaware1000074,840
13Alaska0200073,830
14Illinois1700072,560
15Minnesota2700072,460
16Texas4800072,370
17Pennsylvania4200071,160
18Oregon4100070,960
19New Hampshire3300070,620
20North Carolina3700068,990
21Michigan2600068,630
22Georgia1300067,440
23Ohio3900066,800
24Alabama0100066,540
25Hawaii1500066,370
26Missouri2900066,350
27Vermont5000065,820
28Maine2300064,770
29Arizona0400064,700
30Wyoming5600064,330
31Iowa1900064,230
32Wisconsin5500064,020
33North Dakota3800064,010
34Kansas2000063,600
35New Mexico3500063,070
36South Carolina4500063,050
37Nebraska3100062,770
38Nevada3200062,600
39Oklahoma4000062,530
40South Dakota4600062,410
41Indiana1800062,170
42Florida1200061,970
43Idaho1600061,250
44Kentucky2100060,650
45Tennessee4700060,050
46Utah4900059,960
47Montana3000059,750
48Arkansas0500059,100
49West Virginia5400058,920
50Louisiana2200058,860
51Mississippi2800058,180

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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