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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100066,900
2Massachusetts2500060,720
3Alaska0200060,490
4Connecticut0900060,140
5Rhode Island4400057,830
6New York3600057,710
7Maryland2400057,040
8New Jersey3400056,810
9California0600054,460
10Pennsylvania4200053,560
11Delaware1000051,830
12Ohio3900050,930
13Texas4800050,420
14Washington5300050,310
15Virginia5100050,240
16Kentucky2100049,620
17Oregon4100049,280
18Minnesota2700048,870
19Illinois1700048,830
20Hawaii1500048,320
21Nebraska3100048,000
22New Hampshire3300047,720
23Georgia1300047,310
24Nevada3200047,220
25Wyoming5600046,900
26Colorado0800046,730
27Wisconsin5500046,500
28Alabama0100046,290
29South Carolina4500045,760
30North Dakota3800045,510
31Tennessee4700045,360
32New Mexico3500045,270
33Louisiana2200045,250
34Vermont5000045,050
35Maine2300044,960
36Florida1200044,690
37Michigan2600044,040
38Iowa1900043,820
39North Carolina3700043,320
40Arkansas0500043,270
41West Virginia5400043,250
42Missouri2900043,210
43Utah4900042,570
44Indiana1800041,190
45Kansas2000041,120
46Arizona0400040,810
47Mississippi2800040,300
48South Dakota4600038,470
49Oklahoma4000037,260
50Montana3000036,650
51Idaho1600035,440

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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