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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1California0600088,630
2Hawaii1500086,380
3Oregon4100083,850
4Alaska0200083,800
5District of Columbia1100082,760
6Massachusetts2500080,410
7New Jersey3400079,040
8Nevada3200078,830
9Connecticut0900077,850
10New York3600077,580
11Washington5300077,180
12Rhode Island4400076,090
13Maryland2400074,510
14Minnesota2700073,190
15Colorado0800071,510
16New Hampshire3300071,500
17Delaware1000071,160
18Arizona0400070,740
19Illinois1700067,140
20New Mexico3500066,380
21Vermont5000065,100
22Michigan2600065,020
23Virginia5100064,720
24Wisconsin5500064,610
25Idaho1600064,480
26Maine2300064,440
27Wyoming5600064,340
28Texas4800063,840
29Montana3000063,510
30Pennsylvania4200063,300
31Utah4900062,390
32Georgia1300061,480
33Ohio3900061,020
34North Carolina3700060,790
35Nebraska3100060,700
36North Dakota3800060,590
37Florida1200060,420
38Indiana1800059,310
39South Carolina4500058,630
40Missouri2900058,450
41Kentucky2100057,720
42Iowa1900057,520
43Kansas2000056,890
44South Dakota4600056,140
45Tennessee4700056,070
46Oklahoma4000055,950
47Louisiana2200055,060
48West Virginia5400055,000
49Alabama0100053,660
50Arkansas0500053,130
51Mississippi2800052,530

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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