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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000166,500
2New York36000112,500
3California06000110,220
4Massachusetts25000107,880
5New Jersey34000100,560
6Virginia5100095,250
7Connecticut0900093,930
8Illinois1700092,230
9Nevada3200090,170
10Colorado0800089,280
11Delaware1000087,440
12Washington5300085,380
13Minnesota2700083,620
14Alaska0200083,410
15Maryland2400082,690
16Texas4800081,210
17Pennsylvania4200080,890
18Rhode Island4400079,420
19New Hampshire3300077,520
20Oregon4100077,280
21Michigan2600076,300
22Hawaii1500075,120
23Georgia1300073,780
24Oklahoma4000073,540
25New Mexico3500073,520
26Utah4900073,300
27North Dakota3800072,020
28Ohio3900071,190
29South Dakota4600070,880
30Arizona0400070,710
31Wisconsin5500070,370
32Tennessee4700069,060
33West Virginia5400068,740
34Vermont5000068,590
35Nebraska3100068,400
36Idaho1600068,200
37Florida1200067,700
38Kansas2000066,890
39North Carolina3700066,160
40Indiana1800065,230
41Louisiana2200065,210
42Alabama0100064,710
43Kentucky2100064,140
44Iowa1900063,770
45Maine2300063,400
46Missouri2900062,230
47Wyoming5600060,500
48Montana3000059,350
49South Carolina4500058,670
50Arkansas0500058,370
51Mississippi2800057,140

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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