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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200030,530
2District of Columbia1100029,730
3Massachusetts2500028,810
4North Dakota3800028,100
5Washington5300027,990
6Vermont5000027,170
7Hawaii1500026,690
8Connecticut0900026,100
9New Jersey3400025,840
10Oregon4100025,790
11Rhode Island4400025,330
12New York3600025,250
13New Hampshire3300025,030
14Minnesota2700024,830
15Wyoming5600024,710
16Colorado0800024,350
17California0600024,330
18Maryland2400023,970
19Maine2300023,900
20Nebraska3100023,570
21Delaware1000023,550
22South Dakota4600023,300
23Arizona0400023,290
24Pennsylvania4200023,220
25Iowa1900023,150
26Illinois1700023,100
27Wisconsin5500023,090
28Montana3000022,960
29Michigan2600022,630
30Florida1200022,610
31Utah4900022,320
32Virginia5100022,210
33Ohio3900022,170
34Kentucky2100022,120
35Nevada3200022,090
36Idaho1600021,860
37Kansas2000021,560
38Missouri2900021,550
39Georgia1300021,430
40North Carolina3700021,400
41Indiana1800021,300
42Tennessee4700020,500
43New Mexico3500020,040
44Arkansas0500019,980
45Oklahoma4000019,960
46South Carolina4500019,860
47West Virginia5400019,730
48Texas4800019,610
49Mississippi2800019,520
50Alabama0100019,250
51Louisiana2200019,210

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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