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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100063,350
2Massachusetts2500058,160
3Washington5300056,840
4Alaska0200056,430
5Rhode Island4400053,880
6Connecticut0900052,590
7New York3600051,320
8Oregon4100050,820
9Illinois1700050,750
10Colorado0800050,190
11Maryland2400050,050
12New Jersey3400049,490
13California0600048,860
14New Hampshire3300048,760
15Minnesota2700048,540
16North Dakota3800048,220
17Hawaii1500048,000
18Montana3000046,680
19Iowa1900046,590
20Wyoming5600046,000
21Ohio3900045,940
22Nebraska3100045,050
23Virginia5100044,570
24Michigan2600044,490
25Wisconsin5500043,880
26Idaho1600043,770
27Vermont5000043,590
28Maine2300043,250
29Texas4800043,150
30Delaware1000043,060
31Pennsylvania4200042,980
32Utah4900042,530
33Arizona0400041,990
34South Dakota4600040,710
35Indiana1800040,690
36Kansas2000040,610
37Missouri2900040,230
38Nevada3200040,160
39New Mexico3500039,450
40North Carolina3700038,920
41Oklahoma4000038,320
42Florida1200038,030
43Georgia1300037,540
44Tennessee4700037,440
45Alabama0100037,360
46West Virginia5400036,880
47South Carolina4500036,540
48Arkansas0500035,820
49Louisiana2200034,610
50Kentucky2100032,600
51Mississippi2800031,610

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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