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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200039,360
2Oregon4100033,780
3Washington5300033,390
4California0600033,320
5Nevada3200032,360
6Hawaii1500032,040
7Connecticut0900031,900
7New Hampshire3300031,900
9North Dakota3800031,870
10Massachusetts2500031,560
11Colorado0800030,980
12Minnesota2700030,600
13District of Columbia1100030,320
14Maryland2400030,020
15Vermont5000030,000
16Rhode Island4400029,970
16Wisconsin5500029,970
18Delaware1000029,770
19Arizona0400029,530
20Wyoming5600029,330
21New Jersey3400028,680
22Pennsylvania4200028,330
23Iowa1900028,210
24Maine2300027,980
25Michigan2600027,890
26Virginia5100027,570
27New York3600027,560
28Utah4900027,440
29Idaho1600027,320
30Nebraska3100027,240
31Florida1200027,120
32Montana3000027,080
33Kentucky2100026,770
34Illinois1700026,720
35New Mexico3500026,550
36South Dakota4600026,280
37Indiana1800026,200
38Georgia1300025,830
39Texas4800025,530
40Oklahoma4000025,240
41Tennessee4700025,100
42Kansas2000025,010
42Missouri2900025,010
44Ohio3900024,640
45South Carolina4500024,500
46North Carolina3700024,220
47West Virginia5400023,670
48Alabama0100023,650
49Arkansas0500022,820
50Louisiana2200022,470
51Mississippi2800021,990

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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