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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100049,440
2Alaska0200042,030
3Massachusetts2500041,890
4Connecticut0900041,500
5Washington5300040,040
6New York3600039,540
7California0600039,360
8Rhode Island4400039,290
9Minnesota2700038,800
10New Jersey3400038,710
11Hawaii1500038,200
12Maryland2400038,060
13Colorado0800037,560
14Vermont5000037,440
15New Hampshire3300037,000
16Oregon4100036,990
17Delaware1000036,980
18North Dakota3800036,730
19Illinois1700036,030
20Virginia5100035,770
21Pennsylvania4200035,500
22Wyoming5600035,370
23Wisconsin5500035,330
24Iowa1900035,320
25Arizona0400034,810
26Michigan2600034,800
26Ohio3900034,800
28Nevada3200034,780
29Maine2300034,610
30Texas4800034,430
31North Carolina3700034,300
32Missouri2900033,840
33Nebraska3100033,800
34Georgia1300033,630
35Indiana1800033,570
36Tennessee4700033,010
37Kansas2000032,930
38Florida1200032,760
39Montana3000032,670
40Utah4900032,600
41Idaho1600032,290
42South Carolina4500032,190
43New Mexico3500032,060
44Oklahoma4000031,930
45Alabama0100031,890
46Kentucky2100031,530
47South Dakota4600030,630
48Arkansas0500030,480
49Louisiana2200030,210
50West Virginia5400029,790
51Mississippi2800029,480

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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