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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100051,270
2Massachusetts2500046,340
3Connecticut0900045,030
4Alaska0200044,470
5New York3600044,120
6Washington5300043,930
7California0600043,920
8Rhode Island4400042,970
9Minnesota2700042,530
10New Jersey3400042,310
11Maryland2400041,780
12Hawaii1500041,640
13Colorado0800040,870
14New Hampshire3300040,480
15Oregon4100040,380
16Vermont5000040,020
17Illinois1700039,340
18North Dakota3800039,220
19Delaware1000039,150
20Virginia5100039,140
21Pennsylvania4200038,800
22Wisconsin5500038,520
23Iowa1900038,090
24Michigan2600038,060
25Arizona0400037,810
26Maine2300037,740
27Ohio3900037,730
28Wyoming5600037,640
29North Carolina3700037,320
30Texas4800037,120
31Nevada3200036,980
32Nebraska3100036,830
33Missouri2900036,730
34Indiana1800036,630
35Georgia1300036,050
36Florida1200036,010
37Tennessee4700035,950
38Kansas2000035,880
39Utah4900035,610
40Montana3000035,350
41Kentucky2100035,150
41South Carolina4500035,150
43Idaho1600034,980
44New Mexico3500034,780
45Oklahoma4000034,450
46Alabama0100034,420
47South Dakota4600033,870
48Louisiana2200033,250
49Arkansas0500032,930
50West Virginia5400032,380
51Mississippi2800031,450

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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