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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000107,780
2Washington53000106,350
3California06000103,310
4Virginia5100098,810
5Maryland2400097,860
6New Jersey3400096,480
7Massachusetts2500094,680
8Colorado0800093,730
9Delaware1000090,240
10New York3600090,060
11New Hampshire3300089,070
12Connecticut0900088,710
13Texas4800086,340
14Rhode Island4400084,970
15Georgia1300084,720
16North Carolina3700084,680
17Illinois1700084,540
18Minnesota2700083,740
19Oregon4100082,510
20Pennsylvania4200080,360
21Arizona0400079,130
22Alabama0100079,020
23Hawaii1500078,220
24Ohio3900077,940
25Alaska0200077,000
26Utah4900076,940
27Iowa1900076,030
28Michigan2600076,020
29Missouri2900075,590
30Nebraska3100075,420
31New Mexico3500073,720
32Wisconsin5500073,690
33Nevada3200073,630
34Florida1200073,520
35Maine2300072,920
36Tennessee4700071,080
37Indiana1800070,990
38Vermont5000070,180
39South Carolina4500069,640
40Kansas2000068,750
41Oklahoma4000067,240
42Idaho1600066,900
43Kentucky2100066,760
44North Dakota3800064,820
45West Virginia5400064,460
46Mississippi2800063,700
47Arkansas0500063,450
48Wyoming5600062,440
49South Dakota4600061,820
50Louisiana2200061,530
51Montana3000060,390

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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