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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Washington5300034,490
2District of Columbia1100034,040
3Massachusetts2500031,930
4Vermont5000030,330
5New York3600030,300
6Hawaii1500030,110
7Oregon4100029,850
8California0600029,520
9Alaska0200029,150
10Colorado0800028,610
11Connecticut0900028,230
12Maine2300027,900
13Minnesota2700027,880
14Rhode Island4400027,710
15New Jersey3400027,370
16New Hampshire3300027,260
17Wyoming5600027,020
18Arizona0400026,380
19North Dakota3800026,290
20Maryland2400025,880
21Illinois1700025,420
22Wisconsin5500025,350
23Virginia5100025,040
24Delaware1000024,940
25Montana3000024,820
26South Dakota4600024,740
27Michigan2600024,600
28Florida1200024,500
29Utah4900024,180
30Pennsylvania4200024,090
31Nebraska3100023,920
32Idaho1600023,780
33New Mexico3500023,770
34Texas4800023,560
35North Carolina3700023,370
36Ohio3900023,290
37Kentucky2100023,240
38Iowa1900023,230
39Tennessee4700023,010
40Missouri2900022,960
41Kansas2000022,890
42Georgia1300022,730
43Indiana1800022,640
44Oklahoma4000022,610
45South Carolina4500021,970
46Nevada3200021,820
47Alabama0100021,620
48Arkansas0500021,170
49West Virginia5400021,120
50Louisiana2200020,960
51Mississippi2800020,050

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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