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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100048,650
2Alaska0200041,390
3Massachusetts2500040,820
4Connecticut0900040,710
5Washington5300038,820
6New York3600038,700
7California0600038,230
8Rhode Island4400038,100
9Minnesota2700037,930
10New Jersey3400037,920
11Hawaii1500037,800
12Maryland2400037,450
13Colorado0800036,690
14Vermont5000036,290
15Oregon4100036,140
16New Hampshire3300035,900
17Delaware1000035,640
18North Dakota3800035,510
19Illinois1700035,020
20Virginia5100034,980
21Pennsylvania4200034,570
22Wisconsin5500034,520
23Nevada3200034,250
24Wyoming5600034,210
25Iowa1900034,200
26Arizona0400033,950
27Maine2300033,940
28Michigan2600033,770
29Ohio3900033,740
30Texas4800033,480
31North Carolina3700033,100
32Missouri2900032,880
33Georgia1300032,580
34Nebraska3100032,490
35Indiana1800032,340
36Kansas2000032,270
37Tennessee4700032,060
38Florida1200031,690
39Utah4900031,570
40Montana3000031,500
41South Carolina4500031,490
42Idaho1600031,290
43New Mexico3500031,160
44Oklahoma4000031,130
45Alabama0100031,090
46Kentucky2100030,910
47South Dakota4600029,720
48Louisiana2200029,560
49Arkansas0500029,410
50Mississippi2800029,090
51West Virginia5400028,670

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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