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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100058,150
2Alaska0200057,340
3Massachusetts2500054,240
4Connecticut0900053,720
5Washington5300053,400
6New Hampshire3300048,200
7Oregon4100047,850
8California0600046,810
9Rhode Island4400046,380
10Maryland2400046,310
11New York3600045,990
12Illinois1700045,410
13New Jersey3400044,490
14North Dakota3800044,480
15Montana3000043,750
16Minnesota2700043,360
17Wyoming5600042,640
18Virginia5100042,490
19Colorado0800042,360
20Hawaii1500042,280
21Texas4800041,380
22Arizona0400041,200
23Iowa1900040,990
24Nebraska3100040,910
25Delaware1000040,730
26Ohio3900040,500
27Vermont5000040,340
28Wisconsin5500040,050
29Michigan2600039,570
29Utah4900039,570
31Idaho1600039,490
32Pennsylvania4200038,960
33South Dakota4600038,790
34Maine2300038,420
35Indiana1800037,550
35Missouri2900037,550
37New Mexico3500037,530
38Kansas2000037,080
39North Carolina3700036,840
40Florida1200036,780
41Nevada3200036,460
42Georgia1300036,190
43South Carolina4500035,880
44Alabama0100035,610
45Oklahoma4000035,490
46Tennessee4700034,900
47Arkansas0500034,310
48Louisiana2200033,170
49Kentucky2100032,390
50West Virginia5400032,140
51Mississippi2800030,020

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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