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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100047,550
2Alaska0200040,820
3Connecticut0900040,300
4Massachusetts2500040,130
5Washington5300038,070
6New York3600038,050
7California0600037,540
8New Jersey3400037,400
9Rhode Island4400037,390
10Minnesota2700037,180
11Maryland2400036,890
12Hawaii1500036,760
13Colorado0800036,100
14Vermont5000035,410
15Oregon4100035,280
16New Hampshire3300035,120
17Delaware1000035,080
18Virginia5100034,440
19Illinois1700034,400
20North Dakota3800034,290
21Wisconsin5500033,840
22Nevada3200033,830
23Pennsylvania4200033,710
24Wyoming5600033,410
25Arizona0400033,380
26Michigan2600033,260
27Maine2300032,900
28Iowa1900032,880
28Texas4800032,880
30Ohio3900032,790
31North Carolina3700032,360
32Missouri2900032,230
33Georgia1300032,040
34Kansas2000031,760
35Indiana1800031,630
36Nebraska3100031,460
37Tennessee4700031,200
38Florida1200031,040
39Kentucky2100030,940
40New Mexico3500030,920
41Utah4900030,880
42Montana3000030,780
43South Carolina4500030,720
44Idaho1600030,550
44Oklahoma4000030,550
46Alabama0100030,490
47Louisiana2200029,180
48South Dakota4600029,110
49Arkansas0500028,780
50Mississippi2800028,510
51West Virginia5400028,130

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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