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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100035,560
2Washington5300035,370
3Massachusetts2500033,550
4New York3600032,120
5California0600031,820
6Vermont5000031,790
7Oregon4100031,400
8Hawaii1500030,600
9Alaska0200030,340
10Colorado0800030,260
11Connecticut0900030,080
12Maine2300029,490
13Minnesota2700029,260
14New Jersey3400029,080
15Rhode Island4400028,940
16New Hampshire3300028,410
17Maryland2400028,300
18Arizona0400028,270
19Wyoming5600027,870
20North Dakota3800026,910
21Illinois1700026,740
22Wisconsin5500026,620
23Delaware1000026,210
24Virginia5100026,110
25Utah4900025,820
26Michigan2600025,650
27South Dakota4600025,610
28Florida1200025,510
29Pennsylvania4200025,480
30Montana3000025,430
31Idaho1600024,970
32Nebraska3100024,850
33Missouri2900024,520
34Kentucky2100024,460
35New Mexico3500024,430
36Indiana1800024,410
37North Carolina3700024,360
38South Carolina4500024,350
39Iowa1900024,330
40Texas4800024,290
41West Virginia5400024,210
42Ohio3900024,100
43Tennessee4700023,780
44Nevada3200023,510
45Georgia1300023,500
46Oklahoma4000023,390
47Kansas2000023,370
48Arkansas0500023,170
49Alabama0100022,360
50Louisiana2200021,490
51Mississippi2800020,780

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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