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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Hawaii1500037,790
2Massachusetts2500035,620
3District of Columbia1100034,300
4New York3600033,730
5Connecticut0900033,570
6Washington5300033,520
7Nevada3200032,790
8California0600032,610
9Alaska0200032,580
10Vermont5000031,630
11Minnesota2700031,120
12New Jersey3400030,640
13North Dakota3800030,630
14New Hampshire3300030,500
15Rhode Island4400030,260
16Oregon4100030,190
17Colorado0800029,760
18Maine2300029,540
19Illinois1700029,330
20Delaware1000028,940
21Maryland2400028,830
22Wyoming5600028,760
23Pennsylvania4200028,300
24Nebraska3100027,750
25Wisconsin5500027,660
26Iowa1900027,570
27Montana3000027,390
28Arizona0400026,890
29Michigan2600026,790
30Indiana1800026,760
31Ohio3900026,570
32Virginia5100026,470
33Kansas2000026,380
34Idaho1600026,150
35Utah4900025,800
36Missouri2900025,690
37South Dakota4600025,420
38Kentucky2100025,400
39North Carolina3700025,370
40Florida1200025,280
41Texas4800025,080
42Georgia1300024,710
43West Virginia5400024,360
44New Mexico3500024,300
45Tennessee4700024,180
46Oklahoma4000023,980
47South Carolina4500023,770
48Alabama0100023,700
49Arkansas0500023,100
50Louisiana2200022,270
51Mississippi2800021,630

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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