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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100051,040
2Massachusetts2500044,770
3Connecticut0900044,110
4Alaska0200043,430
5New York3600042,290
6California0600042,210
7Washington5300041,960
8Rhode Island4400041,730
9Minnesota2700041,160
10New Jersey3400040,840
11Maryland2400040,610
12Hawaii1500040,590
13Colorado0800039,800
14New Hampshire3300039,190
15Oregon4100038,900
16Vermont5000038,540
17Delaware1000038,220
18Illinois1700038,180
19North Dakota3800038,130
20Virginia5100037,650
21Pennsylvania4200037,550
22Wisconsin5500037,200
23Iowa1900036,890
24Michigan2600036,780
25Ohio3900036,640
26Wyoming5600036,580
27Arizona0400036,540
28Maine2300036,490
29North Carolina3700036,240
30Nevada3200035,970
30Texas4800035,970
32Missouri2900035,680
33Indiana1800035,630
34Nebraska3100035,580
35Georgia1300035,360
36Tennessee4700035,030
37Florida1200034,940
38Kansas2000034,760
39Utah4900034,520
40Montana3000034,310
41South Carolina4500034,130
42Idaho1600034,120
43Oklahoma4000033,620
44Alabama0100033,530
45Kentucky2100033,510
46New Mexico3500033,470
47South Dakota4600032,170
48Arkansas0500032,160
49Louisiana2200032,060
50West Virginia5400031,350
51Mississippi2800030,730

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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