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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Illinois1700067,930
2Hawaii1500066,150
3Alaska0200063,820
4Massachusetts2500058,770
5New Jersey3400057,720
6Minnesota2700057,390
7New York3600057,100
8Washington5300056,530
9Connecticut0900056,410
10California0600055,240
11North Dakota3800052,670
12District of Columbia1100052,490
13Rhode Island4400051,240
14Wisconsin5500050,890
15Missouri2900050,650
16Oregon4100049,820
17Wyoming5600048,690
18Pennsylvania4200048,460
19Michigan2600048,380
20Ohio3900048,120
21Delaware1000047,850
22Nevada3200047,160
23Colorado0800046,880
24Indiana1800046,630
25Maryland2400046,330
26Montana3000045,920
27New Hampshire3300045,630
28Iowa1900044,200
29West Virginia5400044,170
30Kentucky2100043,490
31Louisiana2200043,430
32Utah4900043,190
33Vermont5000042,270
34Arizona0400041,890
35Virginia5100041,780
36Maine2300041,210
37Kansas2000040,350
38Nebraska3100039,910
39Oklahoma4000039,860
40Texas4800039,410
41Alabama0100038,890
42New Mexico3500038,840
43Idaho1600038,750
44Georgia1300038,290
45Tennessee4700038,080
46North Carolina3700037,850
47South Dakota4600037,530
48South Carolina4500037,420
49Florida1200037,350
50Mississippi2800036,470
51Arkansas0500035,740

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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