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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100091,130
2New York3600077,290
3Virginia5100075,430
4New Jersey3400075,180
5Massachusetts2500074,430
6Maryland2400074,320
7California0600073,480
8Connecticut0900073,040
9Alaska0200072,950
10Rhode Island4400070,400
11Washington5300070,020
12Colorado0800069,500
13Texas4800069,070
14Delaware1000068,460
15Illinois1700064,880
15Minnesota2700064,880
17Pennsylvania4200064,510
18New Hampshire3300064,270
19North Carolina3700064,060
20Alabama0100063,200
21Georgia1300063,140
22Michigan2600062,690
23Oregon4100062,320
24Missouri2900062,140
25Ohio3900061,700
26Hawaii1500061,150
27Kansas2000060,400
28Florida1200060,300
29Arizona0400060,180
30Vermont5000059,250
30Wyoming5600059,250
32Nebraska3100059,130
33Nevada3200058,700
34Utah4900058,610
35Maine2300058,340
36Iowa1900058,230
37Wisconsin5500058,160
38South Dakota4600058,090
39Oklahoma4000057,470
40Tennessee4700057,130
41North Dakota3800056,990
42New Mexico3500056,830
43Indiana1800056,720
44Idaho1600056,580
45Arkansas0500055,620
46Kentucky2100055,250
47South Carolina4500054,750
48Montana3000054,700
49West Virginia5400053,990
50Louisiana2200053,920
51Mississippi2800053,850

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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