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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100033,590
2Hawaii1500033,580
3Washington5300032,140
4New York3600030,670
5Massachusetts2500030,300
6California0600029,900
7Vermont5000029,840
8Oregon4100028,160
9Connecticut0900027,460
10Maine2300027,020
11Arizona0400026,830
11Colorado0800026,830
13Minnesota2700026,780
14Alaska0200026,650
15Rhode Island4400026,570
16North Dakota3800026,120
17New Hampshire3300025,630
18New Jersey3400025,260
19Maryland2400025,240
20Michigan2600024,240
21Nevada3200024,050
22Nebraska3100023,700
23Illinois1700023,630
24Virginia5100023,330
25Pennsylvania4200023,270
26Delaware1000023,180
27Iowa1900023,100
28Florida1200023,080
29Wyoming5600023,050
30Missouri2900022,810
31Montana3000022,800
32South Dakota4600022,780
33Wisconsin5500022,410
34Utah4900021,860
35Indiana1800021,690
36Ohio3900021,470
37Texas4800021,390
38Arkansas0500021,380
39West Virginia5400021,310
40North Carolina3700021,130
41Idaho1600021,120
42New Mexico3500021,080
43Kentucky2100020,630
44Kansas2000020,620
45Oklahoma4000020,390
46Tennessee4700020,380
47South Carolina4500020,340
48Georgia1300020,270
49Louisiana2200019,590
50Alabama0100019,450
51Mississippi2800019,340

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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