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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100069,160
2Massachusetts2500062,480
3Connecticut0900061,080
4Rhode Island4400060,630
5New York3600059,980
6Maryland2400058,520
7Alaska0200058,380
8New Jersey3400057,250
9California0600056,410
10Pennsylvania4200054,390
11Delaware1000052,590
12Ohio3900052,270
13Texas4800051,730
14Washington5300051,520
15Oregon4100050,960
16Virginia5100050,300
17Kentucky2100049,940
18Minnesota2700049,530
19Nebraska3100048,980
20Hawaii1500048,810
21Nevada3200048,360
22Georgia1300048,240
23Illinois1700048,180
24Alabama0100047,940
25Wyoming5600047,830
26North Dakota3800047,510
27Vermont5000047,480
28Michigan2600047,380
29Colorado0800047,200
30New Hampshire3300047,150
31Tennessee4700047,040
32Wisconsin5500046,490
33Florida1200045,960
34South Carolina4500045,700
35Maine2300045,190
36Utah4900045,140
37Louisiana2200044,830
38Iowa1900044,620
39New Mexico3500044,310
40Arkansas0500044,000
41North Carolina3700043,650
42Missouri2900043,460
43Kansas2000042,100
44Indiana1800042,060
45Arizona0400041,210
46West Virginia5400040,690
47Mississippi2800040,470
48South Dakota4600039,270
49Montana3000037,610
50Oklahoma4000037,440
51Idaho1600037,400

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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