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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000105,080
2Alaska0200095,340
3California0600094,520
4Maryland2400091,350
5Washington5300090,210
6New Mexico3500088,030
7New Jersey3400086,270
8Massachusetts2500085,970
9Texas4800084,660
10Connecticut0900084,340
11Delaware1000083,860
12Alabama0100083,660
13Rhode Island4400082,610
14Virginia5100081,810
15Colorado0800081,460
16Hawaii1500079,900
17Oregon4100079,870
18New York3600079,500
19Michigan2600079,240
20Illinois1700077,860
21New Hampshire3300077,480
22Arizona0400076,770
23Idaho1600075,880
24Minnesota2700075,630
25Louisiana2200074,750
26Nevada3200074,460
27Ohio3900074,060
28Georgia1300073,690
29South Carolina4500073,610
30Oklahoma4000073,450
31Pennsylvania4200073,430
32Missouri2900073,360
33North Carolina3700073,080
34Utah4900072,660
35Kansas2000072,560
36Wyoming5600072,190
37Maine2300071,800
38West Virginia5400070,410
39Mississippi2800069,980
40Nebraska3100068,910
41Kentucky2100068,870
42Indiana1800068,500
43Tennessee4700068,380
44Wisconsin5500068,170
45Florida1200067,830
46Vermont5000067,740
47North Dakota3800067,460
48Montana3000066,840
49Iowa1900066,790
50Arkansas0500064,550
51South Dakota4600064,250

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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