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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1California0600098,360
2Hawaii1500095,690
3District of Columbia1100089,360
4Oregon4100089,210
5Alaska0200089,070
6Washington5300084,760
7Massachusetts2500082,030
8New Jersey3400082,020
9New York3600082,010
10Nevada3200081,740
11Rhode Island4400081,260
12Connecticut0900080,390
13Maryland2400078,610
14Minnesota2700075,240
15Colorado0800074,960
16New Hampshire3300074,310
17Arizona0400073,770
18New Mexico3500071,660
19Delaware1000070,260
20Wyoming5600069,680
21Wisconsin5500069,610
22Illinois1700068,090
23Virginia5100067,910
24Maine2300067,730
25Michigan2600067,220
26Pennsylvania4200067,120
27Montana3000066,850
28Vermont5000066,560
29Idaho1600066,520
30Texas4800066,420
31Nebraska3100064,900
32North Dakota3800064,370
33Utah4900063,660
34North Carolina3700063,570
35Ohio3900063,480
36Florida1200063,400
37Georgia1300063,040
38Indiana1800062,410
39South Carolina4500061,580
40Missouri2900060,380
41Kansas2000060,300
42Iowa1900060,290
43Oklahoma4000059,610
44South Dakota4600058,610
45Louisiana2200058,570
46Kentucky2100058,290
47Tennessee4700057,960
48West Virginia5400057,820
49Arkansas0500056,560
50Alabama0100054,280
51Mississippi2800054,210

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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