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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100082,810
2New York3600064,570
3California0600059,060
4Massachusetts2500056,730
5Connecticut0900055,290
6Rhode Island4400053,780
7Virginia5100053,720
8New Jersey3400053,610
9Washington5300052,020
10Maryland2400051,820
11Minnesota2700049,780
12Nevada3200048,140
13Hawaii1500047,780
14Oregon4100047,740
15Alaska0200047,290
16Georgia1300046,750
17Colorado0800046,310
18Texas4800046,200
19Illinois1700045,890
20North Carolina3700045,280
21Michigan2600044,870
22Pennsylvania4200044,600
23New Hampshire3300044,570
24Arizona0400044,510
25Florida1200043,730
26Tennessee4700042,530
27Ohio3900041,700
28Missouri2900041,690
29Utah4900041,160
30New Mexico3500041,110
31Wisconsin5500041,060
32Delaware1000040,150
33Vermont5000039,970
34Nebraska3100039,670
35Kansas2000038,850
36Indiana1800038,670
37Arkansas0500038,530
38South Carolina4500038,460
39Maine2300038,310
40Kentucky2100038,060
41Mississippi2800037,450
42Wyoming5600037,420
43North Dakota3800037,380
44Alabama0100037,010
45Louisiana2200036,910
46Oklahoma4000036,480
47West Virginia5400035,960
48Iowa1900035,890
49Idaho1600034,470
50South Dakota4600034,450
51Montana3000032,100

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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