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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200040,810
2California0600035,480
3Oregon4100035,470
4Washington5300035,000
5North Dakota3800034,710
6Hawaii1500034,370
7Massachusetts2500034,350
8New Hampshire3300034,110
9Connecticut0900034,070
10Nevada3200033,980
11Minnesota2700033,920
12Colorado0800033,490
13Rhode Island4400032,470
14Vermont5000032,070
15Maryland2400031,730
16Wisconsin5500031,410
17Delaware1000031,290
18Wyoming5600030,960
19Maine2300030,580
20District of Columbia1100030,410
21Arizona0400030,390
22Iowa1900030,270
23Pennsylvania4200030,050
24Michigan2600029,680
25New Jersey3400029,620
26Montana3000029,560
27Virginia5100029,490
28Utah4900029,390
29Nebraska3100029,090
30New York3600028,920
31Illinois1700028,910
32Idaho1600028,860
33Florida1200028,720
34Indiana1800028,540
35New Mexico3500028,440
36South Dakota4600028,400
37Kentucky2100028,370
38Tennessee4700027,920
39Georgia1300027,890
40Texas4800027,310
41Kansas2000027,250
42North Carolina3700026,670
43Ohio3900026,630
44Oklahoma4000026,550
45Missouri2900026,280
46South Carolina4500026,200
47West Virginia5400026,080
48Arkansas0500025,420
49Alabama0100024,860
50Louisiana2200023,940
51Mississippi2800023,500

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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