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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Washington53000122,470
2District of Columbia11000113,930
3California06000112,030
4Virginia51000102,840
5Maryland24000102,780
6Massachusetts25000101,440
7New Jersey34000100,240
8Colorado0800096,700
9Delaware1000096,520
10New York3600095,480
11Connecticut0900091,600
12Minnesota2700091,510
13New Hampshire3300091,110
14Illinois1700090,930
15Texas4800090,130
16Georgia1300089,340
17Oregon4100088,580
18North Carolina3700088,050
19Rhode Island4400087,010
20Arizona0400083,730
21Pennsylvania4200083,110
22Alaska0200081,800
23Ohio3900081,520
24Alabama0100081,250
25Hawaii1500080,480
26Iowa1900079,470
27Utah4900078,670
28Michigan2600078,660
29Missouri2900078,630
30Nebraska3100078,270
31Wisconsin5500078,040
32Florida1200076,760
33Maine2300075,900
34New Mexico3500074,650
35Indiana1800074,560
36Nevada3200074,080
37Kansas2000073,570
38Vermont5000072,590
39Tennessee4700072,470
40South Carolina4500072,270
41Oklahoma4000071,070
42Kentucky2100070,870
43Idaho1600070,420
44Arkansas0500069,800
45North Dakota3800068,960
46Louisiana2200068,000
47West Virginia5400066,280
48South Dakota4600066,100
49Montana3000065,430
50Mississippi2800065,190
51Wyoming5600062,310

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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