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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Hawaii1500094,290
2California0600093,760
3District of Columbia1100087,790
4Alaska0200086,660
5Oregon4100086,360
6Nevada3200081,160
7New Jersey3400080,850
8Massachusetts2500080,800
8Rhode Island4400080,800
10Washington5300080,770
11New York3600079,660
12Connecticut0900078,730
13Maryland2400075,500
14Minnesota2700074,250
15Colorado0800073,340
16New Hampshire3300072,370
17Arizona0400072,140
18Delaware1000071,680
19New Mexico3500069,720
20Wisconsin5500067,490
21Maine2300067,160
22Illinois1700066,970
23Michigan2600066,600
24Virginia5100066,200
25Wyoming5600066,030
26Idaho1600065,620
27Montana3000065,300
28Vermont5000065,190
29Pennsylvania4200065,010
30Texas4800064,970
31Utah4900062,870
32Nebraska3100062,630
33Georgia1300062,300
34Ohio3900062,040
35Florida1200061,910
36North Carolina3700061,820
37North Dakota3800061,160
38Indiana1800060,980
39South Carolina4500059,740
40Missouri2900058,850
41Iowa1900058,670
42Kansas2000058,500
43Oklahoma4000058,330
44Kentucky2100057,730
45South Dakota4600057,370
46Tennessee4700057,050
47Louisiana2200056,370
48West Virginia5400055,940
49Arkansas0500055,000
50Alabama0100054,510
51Mississippi2800053,580

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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