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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1California0600083,230
2Alaska0200081,240
3Oregon4100079,370
4Hawaii1500078,490
5Nevada3200077,480
6Massachusetts2500077,130
7New Jersey3400076,800
8District of Columbia1100075,160
9Washington5300075,110
10Connecticut0900074,840
11New York3600074,730
12Rhode Island4400073,050
13Maryland2400071,720
14Colorado0800068,480
15New Hampshire3300068,050
16Minnesota2700067,470
17Delaware1000067,170
18Arizona0400065,840
19Vermont5000064,550
20Illinois1700063,280
21New Mexico3500063,250
22Michigan2600062,690
23Wisconsin5500062,080
24Texas4800061,630
25Virginia5100061,530
26Pennsylvania4200061,430
27Maine2300061,190
28Wyoming5600061,090
29Montana3000060,020
30Idaho1600059,990
31Florida1200059,410
32Utah4900059,220
33Ohio3900059,040
34Georgia1300058,730
35North Carolina3700058,050
36Nebraska3100057,090
37South Carolina4500056,870
38North Dakota3800056,800
39Indiana1800056,230
40Iowa1900055,100
41Missouri2900055,090
42Kentucky2100054,930
43Kansas2000054,430
44South Dakota4600053,450
45Oklahoma4000053,120
46West Virginia5400052,860
47Tennessee4700052,850
48Louisiana2200052,060
49Alabama0100051,510
50Mississippi2800050,940
51Arkansas0500050,250

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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