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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100064,010
2Alaska0200059,540
3Massachusetts2500059,490
4Connecticut0900059,360
5New Jersey3400056,240
6New York3600056,130
7Maryland2400056,020
8Rhode Island4400054,040
9California0600053,180
10Pennsylvania4200052,080
11Delaware1000051,160
12Ohio3900049,700
13Illinois1700049,630
14Virginia5100049,350
15Texas4800049,060
16Washington5300048,840
17Kentucky2100048,830
18Minnesota2700047,920
19Oregon4100047,860
20Hawaii1500047,310
21Nebraska3100047,200
22New Hampshire3300047,040
23Wyoming5600046,970
24Georgia1300046,810
25Nevada3200046,150
26Michigan2600045,800
27Alabama0100045,710
28Wisconsin5500045,480
29Colorado0800045,470
30South Carolina4500045,440
31New Mexico3500045,410
32Louisiana2200045,310
33Florida1200045,010
34North Dakota3800044,890
35Tennessee4700044,810
36Maine2300044,700
37Iowa1900043,370
38Vermont5000043,310
38West Virginia5400043,310
40Utah4900043,100
41Arkansas0500042,650
42North Carolina3700041,950
43Missouri2900041,830
44Indiana1800041,680
45Kansas2000040,630
46Arizona0400039,240
47Mississippi2800039,160
48South Dakota4600038,800
49Oklahoma4000037,460
50Montana3000037,400
51Idaho1600037,050

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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