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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100046,180
2Alaska0200041,720
3Hawaii1500036,440
4Maine2300035,600
5North Dakota3800035,520
6Louisiana2200034,350
7New Hampshire3300033,830
8Minnesota2700033,760
9Rhode Island4400033,680
10Nebraska3100033,500
11Massachusetts2500033,200
12Iowa1900033,080
13Vermont5000032,800
14Virginia5100032,520
15South Carolina4500032,020
16New York3600031,970
17Delaware1000031,960
17Wisconsin5500031,960
19Mississippi2800031,670
20Wyoming5600031,200
21Maryland2400031,050
22Alabama0100030,920
22West Virginia5400030,920
24Kansas2000030,720
25Illinois1700030,400
26Pennsylvania4200030,350
27Missouri2900030,320
28Connecticut0900030,130
29Oregon4100029,620
30Montana3000029,450
31Washington5300029,380
32South Dakota4600029,260
33Ohio3900028,810
34Arkansas0500028,740
35Oklahoma4000028,720
36Tennessee4700028,600
37Colorado0800028,590
38Indiana1800028,430
39North Carolina3700028,370
40Utah4900027,460
41Michigan2600027,220
42Kentucky2100027,160
43Nevada3200026,800
44New Jersey3400026,250
45Georgia1300026,040
46Idaho1600025,770
47California0600024,440
48Texas4800023,980
49Florida1200023,790
50Arizona0400023,720
51New Mexico3500021,340

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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