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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Hawaii1500035,490
2Massachusetts2500034,420
3Nevada3200032,170
4New York3600032,140
5Washington5300032,110
6Alaska0200032,010
7District of Columbia1100031,670
8Connecticut0900031,530
9California0600030,670
10Minnesota2700030,170
11Rhode Island4400029,930
12Vermont5000029,750
13New Hampshire3300029,310
13North Dakota3800029,310
15New Jersey3400029,190
16Colorado0800028,550
17Oregon4100028,410
18Illinois1700028,280
19Maryland2400028,010
20Maine2300027,980
21Wyoming5600027,770
22Delaware1000027,760
23Pennsylvania4200026,950
24Montana3000026,730
25Wisconsin5500026,220
26Iowa1900026,060
27Nebraska3100025,870
28Michigan2600025,500
28Missouri2900025,500
30Virginia5100025,390
31Ohio3900025,370
32Indiana1800025,290
33Arizona0400025,200
34Kansas2000025,130
35Utah4900024,950
36South Dakota4600024,940
37Idaho1600024,920
38Kentucky2100024,290
39North Carolina3700024,190
40Florida1200024,180
41Georgia1300024,120
42Texas4800023,930
43Tennessee4700023,590
44New Mexico3500023,550
45West Virginia5400023,490
46Oklahoma4000023,050
47Alabama0100023,040
48South Carolina4500022,840
49Arkansas0500022,130
50Louisiana2200021,440
51Mississippi2800021,000

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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