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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000157,260
2New York36000106,380
3Massachusetts25000103,940
4California06000101,370
5New Jersey3400090,150
6Illinois1700089,590
7Delaware1000088,360
8Connecticut0900087,890
9Nevada3200087,710
10Virginia5100087,420
11Colorado0800086,510
12Texas4800083,480
13Washington5300082,850
14Alaska0200082,740
15Hawaii1500076,650
16Oregon4100076,080
17Rhode Island4400075,930
18Georgia1300074,890
19Minnesota2700074,640
20New Hampshire3300074,340
21Pennsylvania4200073,540
22New Mexico3500070,140
23Maryland2400069,980
24Wisconsin5500069,810
25Arizona0400069,750
26Missouri2900069,520
27Tennessee4700068,740
28Michigan2600068,600
29North Dakota3800067,610
30Vermont5000067,110
31Ohio3900067,030
32Florida1200065,960
33Louisiana2200064,540
34Indiana1800064,500
34Nebraska3100064,500
36Alabama0100064,440
37Oklahoma4000064,280
38Utah4900063,160
39South Dakota4600062,700
40West Virginia5400062,020
41Idaho1600061,990
42Kentucky2100061,850
43North Carolina3700060,970
44Arkansas0500060,660
45Maine2300060,600
46Wyoming5600059,970
47Iowa1900057,370
48Kansas2000057,140
49Mississippi2800056,770
50Montana3000056,730
51South Carolina4500055,220

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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