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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Illinois1700065,380
2Alaska0200065,180
3Hawaii1500064,210
4Massachusetts2500057,280
5New York3600055,850
6New Jersey3400055,590
7Minnesota2700054,190
8Connecticut0900054,050
9Washington5300053,200
10California0600052,280
11District of Columbia1100051,670
12North Dakota3800049,260
13Wisconsin5500048,610
14Rhode Island4400048,090
15Missouri2900048,050
16Wyoming5600047,590
17Oregon4100046,690
18Michigan2600046,170
19Nevada3200045,930
20Ohio3900045,530
21Delaware1000045,410
22Pennsylvania4200045,380
23Montana3000044,890
24Indiana1800044,660
25Maryland2400044,380
26New Hampshire3300043,530
27Colorado0800043,010
28Vermont5000041,620
29Iowa1900041,330
30West Virginia5400041,270
31Louisiana2200040,580
32Kentucky2100040,410
33Virginia5100040,240
34Arizona0400040,020
35Utah4900039,920
36Kansas2000039,520
37Maine2300038,970
38Nebraska3100038,180
39Oklahoma4000038,050
40Idaho1600037,740
41New Mexico3500037,420
42Texas4800037,350
43Georgia1300036,830
44Tennessee4700036,620
45Alabama0100036,520
46Mississippi2800035,900
47North Carolina3700035,890
48South Carolina4500035,760
49South Dakota4600035,620
50Florida1200035,530
51Arkansas0500033,630

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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