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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Hawaii1500071,320
2Illinois1700070,900
3Alaska0200063,660
4Massachusetts2500062,560
5Washington5300062,180
6Minnesota2700060,790
7Connecticut0900059,910
8New Jersey3400059,840
9New York3600059,220
10California0600058,580
11District of Columbia1100057,850
12Oregon4100054,700
13Missouri2900054,500
14Wisconsin5500053,760
15North Dakota3800053,660
16Rhode Island4400053,290
17Wyoming5600051,870
18Pennsylvania4200050,670
19Ohio3900050,560
20Michigan2600050,470
21Colorado0800050,050
22Nevada3200050,040
23Delaware1000048,870
24Maryland2400048,760
25Indiana1800048,570
26Montana3000048,320
27New Hampshire3300048,260
28Iowa1900047,420
29Arizona0400045,780
30Utah4900045,350
31Virginia5100045,240
32Maine2300045,230
33Louisiana2200045,210
34Vermont5000045,170
35Kentucky2100044,770
36West Virginia5400044,150
37Kansas2000043,200
38Nebraska3100043,140
39Oklahoma4000042,280
40Texas4800041,790
41Georgia1300041,430
42New Mexico3500041,120
43Idaho1600041,040
44Tennessee4700040,520
45North Carolina3700040,100
46South Carolina4500039,960
47Alabama0100039,710
47South Dakota4600039,710
49Florida1200039,300
50Mississippi2800038,730
51Arkansas0500037,500

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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