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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100030,220
2Hawaii1500030,140
3Vermont5000027,760
4Washington5300027,140
5Massachusetts2500026,670
6New York3600026,070
7California0600025,400
8Alaska0200025,330
9Rhode Island4400024,930
10Oregon4100024,850
11Connecticut0900024,690
12Nevada3200024,090
13Minnesota2700023,990
14New Jersey3400023,890
15Arizona0400023,880
16North Dakota3800023,750
17Colorado0800023,690
18Maine2300023,450
19New Hampshire3300022,970
20Maryland2400022,960
21Nebraska3100022,500
22Wyoming5600021,730
23Illinois1700021,630
24South Dakota4600021,530
25Pennsylvania4200021,510
26Delaware1000021,380
27Utah4900021,360
28Montana3000021,230
29Virginia5100021,190
30Florida1200021,130
31Michigan2600020,980
32Iowa1900020,740
33Wisconsin5500020,720
34Texas4800020,630
35Missouri2900020,270
36West Virginia5400020,260
37Ohio3900020,060
38Indiana1800019,870
39North Carolina3700019,840
40New Mexico3500019,810
41Arkansas0500019,680
42Idaho1600019,630
43Kansas2000019,560
44Tennessee4700019,500
45Kentucky2100019,430
46Oklahoma4000019,350
47Georgia1300019,330
48South Carolina4500019,310
49Alabama0100019,160
50Mississippi2800019,030
51Louisiana2200018,960

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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