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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100039,000
2Washington5300038,320
3New York3600037,340
4Colorado0800037,020
5California0600035,560
6Massachusetts2500035,540
7New Jersey3400034,790
8Connecticut0900034,030
9Rhode Island4400033,600
10Oregon4100033,440
11North Dakota3800033,170
12Minnesota2700033,140
13Hawaii1500033,120
14Alaska0200032,050
15Illinois1700031,700
16Vermont5000031,690
17Wisconsin5500031,590
18New Hampshire3300031,380
19Arizona0400031,190
20South Dakota4600031,180
21Maine2300031,090
22Pennsylvania4200030,810
23Maryland2400030,700
24Utah4900030,630
25Virginia5100030,390
26Nebraska3100030,350
27Michigan2600030,130
28Ohio3900030,000
29Wyoming5600029,830
30Texas4800029,820
31Kansas2000029,790
32Delaware1000029,740
33Florida1200029,520
34Nevada3200029,510
35Montana3000029,470
36Idaho1600029,440
37Indiana1800029,290
38Missouri2900029,220
39North Carolina3700029,060
40Tennessee4700028,440
41Iowa1900028,110
42Georgia1300027,990
43New Mexico3500027,550
44South Carolina4500026,960
45Oklahoma4000026,870
46Arkansas0500026,590
47Alabama0100026,440
48Kentucky2100026,270
49Louisiana2200025,160
50West Virginia5400024,540
51Mississippi2800023,950

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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