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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Hawaii1500027,330
2District of Columbia1100026,840
3Vermont5000026,040
4Washington5300025,640
5Massachusetts2500025,350
6Alaska0200024,730
7California0600024,530
8New York3600023,850
9Oregon4100023,830
10Rhode Island4400023,670
11Nevada3200023,650
12Connecticut0900023,470
13New Jersey3400023,160
14North Dakota3800023,060
15Minnesota2700022,770
16New Hampshire3300021,950
17Colorado0800021,940
18Maine2300021,900
19Arizona0400021,710
20Maryland2400021,610
21Nebraska3100021,530
22Delaware1000021,170
23Wyoming5600021,150
24Florida1200021,100
25South Dakota4600020,960
26Illinois1700020,890
27Montana3000020,590
28Utah4900020,520
29Pennsylvania4200020,470
30Virginia5100020,430
31Michigan2600020,110
32Texas4800020,090
33West Virginia5400019,880
34Iowa1900019,840
35Wisconsin5500019,800
36Ohio3900019,660
37New Mexico3500019,580
38Missouri2900019,550
39Kansas2000019,460
40Indiana1800019,360
41Arkansas0500019,350
42North Carolina3700019,260
43Tennessee4700019,200
44Idaho1600019,180
45Kentucky2100019,120
46Oklahoma4000019,100
47South Carolina4500019,020
48Alabama0100019,010
49Georgia1300018,960
50Mississippi2800018,870
51Louisiana2200018,750

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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