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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100098,140
2Maryland2400080,690
3New Jersey3400079,560
4Virginia5100076,420
5Connecticut0900073,930
6Delaware1000073,890
7California0600073,510
8Rhode Island4400070,930
9Alaska0200069,670
10Massachusetts2500069,510
11New Mexico3500068,620
12Colorado0800066,970
13New York3600065,410
14Illinois1700064,260
15Washington5300064,180
16Minnesota2700062,840
17New Hampshire3300061,930
18Pennsylvania4200061,730
19Hawaii1500061,680
20Texas4800061,260
21Vermont5000060,590
22Nevada3200059,820
23Louisiana2200058,920
24Ohio3900058,880
25North Carolina3700058,860
26North Dakota3800057,560
27South Carolina4500057,550
28Alabama0100056,820
29Georgia1300056,760
30Oregon4100056,720
31Arizona0400055,820
32Michigan2600055,770
33Wisconsin5500055,760
34Kansas2000055,590
35Iowa1900055,390
36Nebraska3100055,240
37Maine2300055,090
38Tennessee4700054,870
39Florida1200054,080
40Wyoming5600053,870
41Utah4900052,640
42Indiana1800052,460
43Missouri2900052,160
44Oklahoma4000052,110
45Mississippi2800051,190
46Kentucky2100050,660
47Arkansas0500050,320
48South Dakota4600049,970
49Montana3000049,880
50West Virginia5400049,630
51Idaho1600049,450

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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