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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100036,170
2Washington5300035,870
3Colorado0800034,790
4New York3600033,430
5California0600033,010
6Massachusetts2500032,370
7Connecticut0900032,090
8North Dakota3800032,010
9New Jersey3400031,650
10Oregon4100031,490
11Rhode Island4400031,480
12Minnesota2700031,330
13Alaska0200030,750
14Hawaii1500030,700
15Vermont5000030,020
16Illinois1700029,770
17Wisconsin5500029,560
18New Hampshire3300029,200
19South Dakota4600029,100
20Arizona0400028,890
21Maryland2400028,800
22Texas4800028,740
23Nebraska3100028,710
23Pennsylvania4200028,710
25Maine2300028,520
26Utah4900028,440
27Ohio3900028,310
28Montana3000028,260
29Michigan2600028,220
30Virginia5100028,190
31Wyoming5600028,130
32Nevada3200027,750
33Idaho1600027,700
34Kansas2000027,660
35Missouri2900027,590
36Florida1200027,570
37Delaware1000027,510
38Indiana1800027,280
39North Carolina3700027,200
40Iowa1900026,860
41Tennessee4700026,550
42Georgia1300026,150
43New Mexico3500025,980
44Oklahoma4000025,690
45South Carolina4500025,580
46Alabama0100025,150
47Arkansas0500025,130
48Kentucky2100024,910
49Louisiana2200024,280
50West Virginia5400023,740
51Mississippi2800022,950

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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