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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Washington5300030,990
2District of Columbia1100030,810
3North Dakota3800030,190
4Rhode Island4400030,140
5Colorado0800030,130
6Connecticut0900030,070
7Alaska0200029,440
8Massachusetts2500029,410
9California0600029,380
10New York3600028,910
11New Jersey3400028,760
12Minnesota2700028,030
13New Hampshire3300027,990
14Oregon4100027,980
15Hawaii1500027,830
16Vermont5000027,520
17Texas4800027,290
18Maryland2400027,000
19Illinois1700026,940
20Utah4900026,690
21Wisconsin5500026,470
22Wyoming5600026,430
23Pennsylvania4200026,370
24Nevada3200026,180
25South Dakota4600025,970
26Michigan2600025,900
27Arizona0400025,680
28Virginia5100025,580
29Ohio3900025,540
30Nebraska3100025,400
31Kansas2000025,290
32Maine2300025,270
33Florida1200025,260
33Idaho1600025,260
35North Carolina3700025,250
36Missouri2900025,190
37Delaware1000024,950
38Montana3000024,880
39Tennessee4700024,720
40Georgia1300024,650
41New Mexico3500024,530
42Iowa1900024,510
43Indiana1800024,360
44Oklahoma4000024,290
45Alabama0100023,390
46Kentucky2100023,300
47South Carolina4500023,260
48Louisiana2200023,060
49Arkansas0500022,450
50Mississippi2800021,840
51West Virginia5400020,750

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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