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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000157,270
2New York36000104,990
3Massachusetts25000104,930
4California06000103,380
5Delaware10000101,900
6New Jersey3400096,220
7Illinois1700090,550
8Colorado0800090,370
9Connecticut0900089,610
10Virginia5100089,260
11Nevada3200088,980
12Alaska0200083,450
13Washington5300081,440
14Texas4800078,760
15Pennsylvania4200078,550
16New Hampshire3300077,540
17Minnesota2700076,890
18Rhode Island4400076,610
19Oregon4100076,230
20Georgia1300074,300
21Maryland2400073,440
22Hawaii1500073,380
23New Mexico3500072,240
24Michigan2600072,050
25Arizona0400070,800
26Tennessee4700070,200
27Wisconsin5500069,450
28Nebraska3100069,160
29Ohio3900068,830
30North Dakota3800068,110
31Florida1200067,870
32Oklahoma4000067,530
33Utah4900067,060
34Vermont5000066,930
35Idaho1600066,280
36West Virginia5400065,620
37Louisiana2200064,940
38Alabama0100064,340
39Indiana1800064,110
40North Carolina3700063,820
41South Dakota4600063,800
42Missouri2900063,740
43Kentucky2100062,660
44Maine2300062,170
45Kansas2000060,150
46Wyoming5600059,720
47Iowa1900059,560
48Arkansas0500059,510
49Mississippi2800057,830
50Montana3000057,390
50South Carolina4500057,390

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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