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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100041,930
2Hawaii1500038,960
3Maine2300038,030
4Alaska0200037,400
5Minnesota2700036,310
6North Dakota3800035,430
7New Hampshire3300035,170
8Vermont5000034,820
9Nebraska3100034,710
10Iowa1900034,620
11Maryland2400034,360
12Montana3000034,230
13Louisiana2200033,580
14Massachusetts2500033,050
15New York3600032,980
16Delaware1000032,960
17Virginia5100032,610
18Illinois1700032,120
19Kansas2000031,820
20Mississippi2800031,700
21Pennsylvania4200031,630
22West Virginia5400031,330
23Wisconsin5500031,280
24Indiana1800030,860
25South Carolina4500030,810
26Wyoming5600030,760
27Missouri2900030,470
28Oregon4100030,420
29Arkansas0500030,340
30Ohio3900030,300
31South Dakota4600030,290
32Nevada3200030,140
33Rhode Island4400029,950
34Connecticut0900029,880
35Washington5300029,780
36New Jersey3400029,550
37Alabama0100029,410
38Colorado0800029,350
39Oklahoma4000028,700
40Kentucky2100028,620
41North Carolina3700028,510
42Michigan2600028,470
43Utah4900028,270
44Georgia1300027,850
45Tennessee4700027,820
46Idaho1600027,660
47California0600025,700
48Arizona0400025,470
49Texas4800025,390
50Florida1200024,260
51New Mexico3500023,140

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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