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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100069,700
2Rhode Island4400065,260
3Massachusetts2500063,600
4New York3600063,010
5Connecticut0900061,930
6Maryland2400060,130
7New Jersey3400058,630
8California0600057,970
9Alaska0200057,260
10Pennsylvania4200056,600
11Ohio3900054,020
12Delaware1000053,850
13Washington5300052,540
14Texas4800051,950
15Virginia5100051,400
16Nebraska3100050,770
17Minnesota2700050,190
18Oregon4100050,180
19Vermont5000049,770
20Hawaii1500049,540
21Kentucky2100049,490
22Illinois1700049,010
23Alabama0100048,910
23Georgia1300048,910
25Colorado0800048,540
26North Dakota3800048,470
27Tennessee4700047,980
28Michigan2600047,660
29Nevada3200047,580
30Wyoming5600047,500
31Florida1200047,470
32Wisconsin5500046,910
33South Carolina4500046,900
34New Hampshire3300046,760
35New Mexico3500045,620
36North Carolina3700045,420
37Maine2300045,230
38Iowa1900044,170
39Arkansas0500044,160
40Louisiana2200043,930
41Utah4900043,910
42Indiana1800043,110
43Missouri2900042,820
44Kansas2000042,490
45Arizona0400042,210
46Mississippi2800041,080
46West Virginia5400041,080
48South Dakota4600040,700
49Oklahoma4000039,510
50Montana3000038,940
51Idaho1600037,120

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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