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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000108,370
2California0600096,760
3Maryland2400094,400
4Alaska0200093,830
5Washington5300093,690
6New Mexico3500091,160
7New Jersey3400089,730
8Massachusetts2500089,560
9Delaware1000088,160
10Rhode Island4400087,970
11Connecticut0900087,150
12Colorado0800085,750
13Virginia5100085,550
14Texas4800084,600
15Alabama0100083,960
16Michigan2600083,030
17New York3600081,740
18Illinois1700080,820
19Idaho1600080,710
20Hawaii1500080,560
21New Hampshire3300079,590
22Oregon4100078,310
23Minnesota2700078,240
24Georgia1300077,880
25Oklahoma4000077,160
26Louisiana2200076,870
27Arizona0400076,470
28Ohio3900076,380
29Maine2300075,960
29Wyoming5600075,960
31South Carolina4500075,670
32Pennsylvania4200075,630
33Missouri2900075,460
34Nevada3200075,260
35Kansas2000074,270
36North Carolina3700074,130
37Vermont5000073,370
38Utah4900072,830
39North Dakota3800072,670
40Florida1200072,450
41Mississippi2800072,410
42Nebraska3100072,200
43Indiana1800072,150
44Iowa1900071,910
45Wisconsin5500071,870
46West Virginia5400070,600
47Kentucky2100070,560
48Tennessee4700070,170
49Montana3000069,450
50Arkansas0500067,570
51South Dakota4600066,780

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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