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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Hawaii1500038,720
2Massachusetts2500037,130
3Washington5300035,800
4Alaska0200035,270
5District of Columbia1100035,200
6New York3600035,140
7California0600035,010
8Connecticut0900034,990
9Vermont5000032,640
10Rhode Island4400032,450
11Minnesota2700032,400
12New Jersey3400031,870
13North Dakota3800031,850
14Nevada3200031,730
15New Hampshire3300031,710
16Oregon4100031,500
17Colorado0800031,120
18Maine2300031,070
19Illinois1700030,810
20Delaware1000030,100
21Maryland2400030,060
22Wyoming5600029,470
23Pennsylvania4200029,430
24Nebraska3100029,420
25Wisconsin5500029,250
26Iowa1900029,110
27Montana3000029,040
28Arizona0400029,020
29Michigan2600028,860
30Virginia5100028,390
31Indiana1800028,260
32Ohio3900028,160
33Idaho1600027,950
34Kansas2000027,750
35Missouri2900027,390
36Utah4900027,220
37North Carolina3700026,790
38South Dakota4600026,720
39Florida1200026,600
40Texas4800026,500
41Kentucky2100026,180
42Georgia1300025,780
43Tennessee4700025,520
44West Virginia5400025,360
45South Carolina4500025,080
46Oklahoma4000025,020
47New Mexico3500024,880
48Arkansas0500024,470
49Alabama0100024,400
50Louisiana2200022,930
51Mississippi2800022,460

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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