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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100058,290
2Connecticut0900053,630
3California0600051,530
4Nevada3200050,610
5New Jersey3400050,330
6Hawaii1500050,160
7Alaska0200049,480
8Washington5300049,460
9North Dakota3800049,160
10Maryland2400049,010
11New York3600048,780
12Rhode Island4400048,460
13Wyoming5600048,050
14Texas4800047,150
15Colorado0800047,010
16Oregon4100046,660
17Virginia5100046,570
18Minnesota2700046,470
19Michigan2600045,920
20Massachusetts2500044,360
21North Carolina3700044,300
22New Hampshire3300044,240
23Illinois1700043,840
24Maine2300043,770
25Delaware1000043,750
26Ohio3900043,050
27Alabama0100042,910
28Wisconsin5500042,600
29Idaho1600042,010
30New Mexico3500041,930
31Louisiana2200041,900
32Georgia1300041,820
33Pennsylvania4200041,580
34Iowa1900041,030
35Tennessee4700040,400
36Arizona0400040,160
37Florida1200039,920
38Kansas2000039,610
39Utah4900039,600
40Indiana1800039,540
41Vermont5000039,490
42Kentucky2100038,850
43South Carolina4500038,760
44South Dakota4600038,710
45Montana3000038,560
46Nebraska3100038,540
47Arkansas0500038,010
47Missouri2900038,010
49Oklahoma4000037,870
50Mississippi2800036,690
51West Virginia5400035,860

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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