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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100086,060
2New York3600067,930
3California0600061,350
4Massachusetts2500058,490
5Connecticut0900057,740
6Rhode Island4400057,070
7New Jersey3400056,400
8Virginia5100055,640
9Washington5300053,990
10Maryland2400053,770
11Minnesota2700050,480
12Hawaii1500050,030
13Oregon4100049,120
14Colorado0800049,000
15Georgia1300048,350
16Illinois1700047,530
17Nevada3200047,270
18Texas4800047,100
19Pennsylvania4200046,530
20Alaska0200046,430
21Michigan2600046,000
22North Carolina3700045,970
23New Hampshire3300045,840
24New Mexico3500045,760
25Arizona0400045,420
26Vermont5000044,370
27Tennessee4700043,950
28Florida1200043,530
29Ohio3900043,440
30Missouri2900042,810
31Wisconsin5500042,200
32Maine2300041,050
33South Carolina4500040,720
34Delaware1000040,660
35Utah4900040,450
36Arkansas0500040,140
37Indiana1800039,810
38Nebraska3100039,770
39North Dakota3800039,430
40Oklahoma4000038,810
41Kansas2000038,710
42Kentucky2100038,560
43Alabama0100038,410
44Wyoming5600038,160
45Iowa1900037,830
46Louisiana2200037,590
47Mississippi2800037,160
48West Virginia5400036,900
49South Dakota4600035,780
50Idaho1600035,660
51Montana3000033,990

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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