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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000112,620
2California0600098,850
3Maryland2400096,240
4New Mexico3500095,210
5Washington5300095,080
6Alaska0200093,220
7Massachusetts2500092,220
8New Jersey3400091,430
9Rhode Island4400090,000
10Connecticut0900089,010
11Virginia5100088,210
12Colorado0800087,880
13Michigan2600085,060
14Alabama0100084,530
15Hawaii1500083,960
16Texas4800083,130
17Idaho1600083,010
18New York3600082,900
19Delaware1000082,460
20Illinois1700082,420
21Arizona0400081,680
22Oregon4100080,410
23Georgia1300079,930
24Oklahoma4000079,910
25New Hampshire3300079,650
26Louisiana2200079,510
27Minnesota2700079,310
28Maine2300078,940
29Wyoming5600078,280
30Ohio3900078,200
31Missouri2900078,150
32Pennsylvania4200077,920
33Nevada3200076,540
34North Carolina3700075,720
35South Carolina4500075,700
36West Virginia5400075,330
37North Dakota3800075,110
38Kansas2000074,990
39Florida1200074,810
40Indiana1800074,150
41Mississippi2800073,440
42Wisconsin5500073,280
43Iowa1900073,270
44Tennessee4700073,010
45Nebraska3100072,920
46Utah4900072,470
47Vermont5000071,490
48Kentucky2100070,230
49Montana3000069,800
50Arkansas0500068,890
51South Dakota4600068,780

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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