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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100035,740
2Washington5300033,930
3Colorado0800032,450
4California0600031,190
5Connecticut0900031,090
6North Dakota3800030,930
7New York3600030,700
8Massachusetts2500030,660
9Oregon4100030,350
10Minnesota2700030,190
11Rhode Island4400030,160
12New Jersey3400030,070
13Alaska0200029,970
14Hawaii1500029,340
15Vermont5000028,630
16Illinois1700028,300
17New Hampshire3300028,160
18Wisconsin5500028,010
19Maryland2400027,990
20Texas4800027,870
21Utah4900027,770
22South Dakota4600027,660
23Pennsylvania4200027,340
24Nebraska3100027,230
25Arizona0400027,140
26Ohio3900027,020
27Michigan2600026,920
28Virginia5100026,870
29Nevada3200026,830
30Wyoming5600026,700
31Maine2300026,640
32Montana3000026,480
33Delaware1000026,370
34Missouri2900026,350
35Florida1200026,320
36Idaho1600026,300
37Kansas2000026,260
38Indiana1800025,860
39North Carolina3700025,790
40Tennessee4700025,630
41Iowa1900025,360
42New Mexico3500025,220
43Georgia1300025,070
44Oklahoma4000024,890
45South Carolina4500024,630
46Alabama0100024,380
47Kentucky2100024,070
48Arkansas0500024,020
49Louisiana2200023,420
50West Virginia5400022,920
51Mississippi2800021,980

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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