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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200031,080
2District of Columbia1100030,480
3Washington5300029,850
4Massachusetts2500029,400
5North Dakota3800029,270
6Vermont5000028,280
7Hawaii1500027,880
8Oregon4100027,190
9New York3600026,970
10Connecticut0900026,730
11New Jersey3400026,590
12Rhode Island4400026,470
13New Hampshire3300026,230
14Wyoming5600026,160
15Minnesota2700026,000
16Colorado0800025,560
17California0600025,180
18Maine2300024,850
19Maryland2400024,820
20Arizona0400024,160
21South Dakota4600023,980
22Nebraska3100023,970
23Pennsylvania4200023,900
24Wisconsin5500023,870
25Delaware1000023,790
26Montana3000023,740
27Iowa1900023,720
28Illinois1700023,710
29Utah4900023,450
30Michigan2600023,360
31Florida1200023,140
32Virginia5100022,910
33Kentucky2100022,900
34Ohio3900022,680
35Idaho1600022,650
36Missouri2900022,330
37Indiana1800022,290
38Nevada3200022,070
39North Carolina3700022,050
40Georgia1300022,040
41Kansas2000021,860
42Tennessee4700021,430
43South Carolina4500020,780
44New Mexico3500020,450
45Arkansas0500020,400
46Oklahoma4000020,270
47Texas4800020,260
48West Virginia5400020,200
49Mississippi2800020,000
50Alabama0100019,710
51Louisiana2200019,340

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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