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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Illinois1700069,760
2Hawaii1500067,250
3Alaska0200064,040
4Massachusetts2500060,560
5New Jersey3400059,750
6Minnesota2700059,390
7Washington5300059,090
8New York3600058,460
9Connecticut0900058,290
10California0600056,690
11District of Columbia1100055,660
12Oregon4100052,660
13Wisconsin5500052,540
14North Dakota3800052,490
15Missouri2900051,970
16Rhode Island4400051,930
17Wyoming5600049,940
18Pennsylvania4200049,730
19Michigan2600049,540
20Delaware1000049,400
21Ohio3900049,240
22Colorado0800048,550
23Nevada3200048,210
24Montana3000047,870
25Indiana1800047,790
26Maryland2400047,630
27New Hampshire3300047,230
28Iowa1900046,640
29West Virginia5400046,070
30Utah4900044,790
31Kentucky2100044,700
32Louisiana2200044,240
33Virginia5100043,600
34Maine2300043,500
35Vermont5000043,450
36Arizona0400043,360
37Nebraska3100041,970
38Kansas2000041,590
39Texas4800040,810
40Oklahoma4000040,620
41New Mexico3500039,650
42Alabama0100039,460
43Idaho1600039,380
44Tennessee4700039,270
45South Carolina4500039,200
46North Carolina3700039,130
47Georgia1300039,120
48South Dakota4600038,570
49Florida1200038,380
50Mississippi2800037,540
51Arkansas0500036,760

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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