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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100061,480
2Connecticut0900054,980
3California0600054,460
4North Dakota3800054,070
5Nevada3200053,950
6Alaska0200053,640
7Rhode Island4400053,430
8New Jersey3400053,170
9Washington5300052,040
10New York3600051,650
11Maryland2400050,820
12Hawaii1500050,690
13Colorado0800050,150
14Oregon4100050,010
15Minnesota2700049,360
16Virginia5100048,820
17Texas4800048,560
18Wyoming5600048,070
19Massachusetts2500048,020
20Illinois1700047,930
21Michigan2600047,590
22Maine2300047,250
23Wisconsin5500047,170
24New Mexico3500046,720
24North Carolina3700046,720
26New Hampshire3300046,700
27Delaware1000045,810
28Idaho1600045,460
29Utah4900045,230
30Ohio3900045,140
31Louisiana2200044,760
32Iowa1900044,620
33Pennsylvania4200044,510
34Alabama0100043,980
35Arizona0400043,710
36Tennessee4700042,980
37Georgia1300042,810
38Kansas2000042,310
39Indiana1800041,910
40Nebraska3100041,660
41Florida1200041,400
42South Dakota4600041,320
43Oklahoma4000041,170
44Vermont5000040,980
45Kentucky2100040,730
46Missouri2900039,680
47Arkansas0500039,610
48Montana3000039,500
49South Carolina4500039,450
50Mississippi2800037,750
51West Virginia5400036,890

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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