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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000155,920
2California06000103,450
3New York36000103,250
4Massachusetts2500097,810
5Nevada3200091,410
6Virginia5100091,180
7New Jersey3400088,550
8Alaska0200088,380
9Illinois1700085,940
10Delaware1000084,450
11Colorado0800083,710
12Connecticut0900083,180
13Washington5300082,070
14Texas4800081,740
15Hawaii1500078,920
16Minnesota2700077,120
17Arizona0400076,800
18Pennsylvania4200075,370
19Georgia1300075,270
20Oregon4100074,440
21Rhode Island4400073,310
22New Hampshire3300072,400
23Tennessee4700070,870
24Michigan2600070,330
25Vermont5000069,480
26Missouri2900068,940
27North Dakota3800067,750
28Maryland2400067,330
29Ohio3900065,630
30Indiana1800064,820
30New Mexico3500064,820
32Florida1200064,740
33Alabama0100064,360
34Nebraska3100063,860
35Wisconsin5500063,400
36Utah4900063,310
37Wyoming5600062,510
38Oklahoma4000062,330
39Idaho1600062,020
40South Dakota4600061,380
41North Carolina3700060,890
42Kentucky2100060,780
43Louisiana2200059,820
44Iowa1900059,240
45Mississippi2800059,230
46Maine2300058,900
47Kansas2000058,200
48West Virginia5400056,730
49Montana3000056,580
50South Carolina4500054,790
51Arkansas0500052,560

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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