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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100046,380
2Alaska0200045,630
3Hawaii1500039,730
4Maine2300037,860
5Vermont5000037,700
6Minnesota2700036,950
7New Hampshire3300036,800
8Iowa1900036,010
9North Dakota3800035,970
10Montana3000035,370
11Nebraska3100035,190
12Massachusetts2500034,950
13Louisiana2200034,920
14Wisconsin5500034,380
15Maryland2400034,350
16Mississippi2800034,170
17West Virginia5400033,860
18New York3600033,600
19Virginia5100033,310
20Pennsylvania4200032,970
21Ohio3900032,900
22Illinois1700032,710
23Indiana1800032,560
24Kansas2000031,410
25Washington5300031,340
25Wyoming5600031,340
27Oregon4100031,060
28Arkansas0500030,840
29Delaware1000030,830
30Colorado0800030,650
31Nevada3200030,570
32Missouri2900030,510
33South Dakota4600030,460
34Utah4900030,350
35Connecticut0900030,260
36North Carolina3700030,170
37Alabama0100030,030
38Oklahoma4000030,010
39New Jersey3400029,890
40Georgia1300029,790
40Rhode Island4400029,790
42South Carolina4500029,750
43Michigan2600029,700
44Tennessee4700029,500
45California0600029,130
46Arizona0400028,890
47Kentucky2100028,540
48Idaho1600028,340
49Texas4800027,060
50Florida1200024,650
51New Mexico3500023,600

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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