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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200039,730
2Oregon4100035,130
3California0600034,010
4North Dakota3800033,500
5Nevada3200033,450
6Washington5300033,390
7Hawaii1500033,350
8Connecticut0900033,280
9Massachusetts2500033,130
10New Hampshire3300033,050
11Minnesota2700032,380
12Colorado0800032,320
13Rhode Island4400031,140
14Maryland2400030,850
15Vermont5000030,640
16Delaware1000030,560
17Wisconsin5500030,530
18District of Columbia1100030,090
19Wyoming5600029,960
20Pennsylvania4200029,600
21Arizona0400029,490
22Iowa1900029,330
23Maine2300028,970
24New Jersey3400028,800
25Virginia5100028,580
26Michigan2600028,570
27Montana3000028,070
28Idaho1600027,980
29Utah4900027,920
30Florida1200027,880
31Nebraska3100027,780
32Illinois1700027,690
33New Mexico3500027,580
34Indiana1800027,510
35Kentucky2100027,460
36South Dakota4600027,440
37Georgia1300027,380
38New York3600027,360
39Tennessee4700026,430
40Texas4800025,970
41Kansas2000025,930
42Oklahoma4000025,740
43Ohio3900025,630
44North Carolina3700025,420
44South Carolina4500025,420
46Missouri2900025,340
47West Virginia5400025,020
48Alabama0100024,110
49Arkansas0500023,890
50Louisiana2200022,990
51Mississippi2800022,970

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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