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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100059,870
2Connecticut0900054,290
3California0600052,270
4North Dakota3800051,770
5Nevada3200051,520
6New Jersey3400051,200
7Alaska0200050,880
7Hawaii1500050,880
9Washington5300050,600
10Rhode Island4400050,280
11New York3600049,990
12Maryland2400049,220
13Colorado0800049,160
14Oregon4100048,760
15Minnesota2700048,040
16Texas4800047,650
17Wyoming5600047,180
18Virginia5100047,040
19Michigan2600046,890
20Maine2300046,010
21Illinois1700045,540
22North Carolina3700045,430
23Massachusetts2500045,320
24New Hampshire3300045,170
25Delaware1000044,700
26Wisconsin5500044,420
27Ohio3900044,320
28Louisiana2200044,260
29New Mexico3500044,100
30Georgia1300044,060
31Iowa1900043,420
32Pennsylvania4200043,220
33Idaho1600043,110
34Alabama0100042,990
35Utah4900042,560
36Indiana1800041,310
37Arizona0400041,110
38Tennessee4700041,080
39Kansas2000040,630
40Florida1200040,300
41Nebraska3100040,270
42South Dakota4600039,840
43Vermont5000039,390
44Kentucky2100039,090
45Montana3000038,870
46Oklahoma4000038,740
47Arkansas0500038,730
48South Carolina4500038,490
49Missouri2900038,130
50Mississippi2800036,590
51West Virginia5400035,370

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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