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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100087,380
2New York3600070,690
3California0600065,070
4New Jersey3400062,020
5Connecticut0900061,330
6Massachusetts2500061,260
7Virginia5100058,700
8Washington5300058,010
9Maryland2400055,360
10Rhode Island4400054,990
11Minnesota2700052,430
12Oregon4100051,900
13Colorado0800051,600
14Hawaii1500051,390
15Illinois1700050,590
16Georgia1300049,000
17Pennsylvania4200048,810
18North Carolina3700048,720
19Texas4800048,130
20Alaska0200048,070
21Michigan2600047,610
22New Hampshire3300047,410
23Nevada3200047,210
24Vermont5000046,920
25Arizona0400046,110
26Florida1200045,900
27Delaware1000045,230
28Ohio3900045,120
29Tennessee4700045,110
30Wisconsin5500044,850
31Maine2300044,050
32New Mexico3500043,610
33Missouri2900043,440
34Nebraska3100042,390
35South Carolina4500042,290
36Arkansas0500041,720
37Indiana1800041,480
38North Dakota3800041,120
39Kentucky2100040,880
40Utah4900039,950
41Iowa1900039,620
42Alabama0100038,970
43Oklahoma4000038,810
44Wyoming5600038,800
45Kansas2000038,340
46Mississippi2800038,010
47West Virginia5400037,830
48Louisiana2200037,780
49South Dakota4600037,140
50Idaho1600036,590
51Montana3000033,830

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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