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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200038,780
2Massachusetts2500035,600
3North Dakota3800035,420
3Washington5300035,420
5Hawaii1500034,350
6Oregon4100034,260
7Rhode Island4400033,750
8Colorado0800033,320
9New Hampshire3300033,290
10Connecticut0900032,430
11New York3600032,340
12Vermont5000032,330
13District of Columbia1100032,000
14New Jersey3400031,990
15Maryland2400031,600
16Minnesota2700031,150
17Maine2300031,060
18Wyoming5600031,020
19California0600030,990
20Utah4900030,670
21Iowa1900030,560
22Illinois1700030,110
23Nebraska3100030,040
24Nevada3200029,850
25Montana3000029,810
26Arizona0400029,660
27Michigan2600029,640
28South Dakota4600029,610
29Florida1200029,530
30Wisconsin5500029,340
31Delaware1000029,270
32Kentucky2100028,880
33Indiana1800028,760
34Pennsylvania4200028,720
35Virginia5100028,090
36Ohio3900027,940
37Georgia1300027,620
38Idaho1600027,520
39North Carolina3700027,410
40Tennessee4700027,390
41South Carolina4500026,980
42Oklahoma4000026,690
43Kansas2000026,540
44Missouri2900025,340
45New Mexico3500024,880
46Arkansas0500024,850
47Alabama0100024,350
48Texas4800024,190
49West Virginia5400023,780
50Mississippi2800023,160
51Louisiana2200022,390

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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