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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200058,220
2District of Columbia1100057,740
3Massachusetts2500055,420
4Washington5300055,180
5Connecticut0900051,290
6Oregon4100049,260
7New Hampshire3300048,930
8New York3600048,320
9Illinois1700047,480
10Maryland2400047,040
11North Dakota3800046,860
12Rhode Island4400046,620
13California0600046,360
14New Jersey3400046,090
15Minnesota2700045,880
16Hawaii1500045,180
17Wyoming5600044,380
18Montana3000044,120
19Iowa1900043,890
20Colorado0800043,650
21Virginia5100042,750
22Ohio3900042,730
23Nebraska3100042,040
24Maine2300041,630
25Michigan2600041,590
26Texas4800041,530
27Wisconsin5500041,470
28Utah4900041,080
29Delaware1000040,930
30Arizona0400040,630
31Pennsylvania4200040,230
32South Dakota4600039,320
33Vermont5000039,200
34Indiana1800039,090
35Idaho1600039,020
36Nevada3200038,980
37Missouri2900038,370
38North Carolina3700038,300
39New Mexico3500038,240
40Kansas2000037,780
41Florida1200037,210
42Oklahoma4000036,740
43Alabama0100036,660
44South Carolina4500036,270
45Georgia1300036,140
46Tennessee4700035,460
47Arkansas0500034,490
48Louisiana2200034,170
49West Virginia5400032,680
50Kentucky2100032,090
51Mississippi2800030,760

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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