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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100070,300
2Massachusetts2500066,420
3New York3600065,330
4Rhode Island4400065,000
5Connecticut0900063,390
6Maryland2400063,310
7New Jersey3400060,280
8California0600059,970
9Pennsylvania4200059,060
10Alaska0200058,790
11Washington5300055,990
12Ohio3900055,360
13Delaware1000054,650
14Virginia5100054,080
15Texas4800053,520
16Nebraska3100052,290
17Oregon4100052,070
18Illinois1700051,000
19Vermont5000050,970
20Michigan2600050,750
21Alabama0100050,710
22Minnesota2700050,230
23Colorado0800050,160
24Hawaii1500050,120
25Georgia1300050,090
26North Dakota3800049,260
27Kentucky2100049,220
28New Mexico3500048,740
29New Hampshire3300048,600
30Florida1200048,510
31Wisconsin5500048,450
32Tennessee4700048,050
33Wyoming5600047,760
34Maine2300047,240
35North Carolina3700046,790
36South Carolina4500046,690
37Iowa1900045,440
38Indiana1800045,230
39Louisiana2200045,120
40Arkansas0500045,040
41Kansas2000044,280
42Utah4900044,170
43Arizona0400044,000
44Missouri2900043,370
44West Virginia5400043,370
46Oklahoma4000043,040
47Mississippi2800042,350
48South Dakota4600041,230
49Idaho1600040,140
50Montana3000038,510

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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