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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200059,910
2District of Columbia1100058,890
3Hawaii1500054,580
4Connecticut0900053,640
5Wyoming5600053,460
6Massachusetts2500052,790
7New Jersey3400052,780
8Washington5300052,070
9North Dakota3800050,780
10California0600050,330
11Maryland2400049,890
12New York3600049,870
13Nevada3200049,460
14Delaware1000048,900
15New Hampshire3300048,400
16Colorado0800048,290
17Virginia5100047,980
18Illinois1700047,830
19Minnesota2700047,520
20Rhode Island4400047,300
21Pennsylvania4200045,710
22Wisconsin5500045,390
23Oregon4100045,370
24Iowa1900045,220
25Utah4900044,950
26Ohio3900044,440
27Vermont5000044,410
28Michigan2600044,270
29Nebraska3100043,710
30Kansas2000043,700
31North Carolina3700043,620
32Georgia1300043,580
33Alabama0100043,430
34Montana3000043,360
35Kentucky2100043,290
36Texas4800043,260
37South Dakota4600043,190
38Arizona0400043,030
39Indiana1800042,990
40Oklahoma4000042,940
41Maine2300042,820
41Missouri2900042,820
43Louisiana2200042,200
44South Carolina4500041,870
45Tennessee4700041,800
46Idaho1600040,920
47New Mexico3500040,450
48Mississippi2800039,760
49Florida1200039,370
50Arkansas0500039,070
51West Virginia5400038,320

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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