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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200059,800
2District of Columbia1100059,070
3Hawaii1500055,940
4Connecticut0900055,330
5Wyoming5600054,930
6Massachusetts2500054,070
7Washington5300053,730
8New Jersey3400053,680
9North Dakota3800051,890
10California0600051,610
11Nevada3200050,770
12Maryland2400050,720
13New York3600050,300
14Minnesota2700049,810
15New Hampshire3300049,770
16Colorado0800049,380
17Delaware1000048,850
18Virginia5100048,650
19Rhode Island4400048,450
20Illinois1700048,160
21Oregon4100047,070
22Pennsylvania4200047,010
23Wisconsin5500046,750
24Iowa1900046,330
25Utah4900045,790
26Michigan2600045,780
27Vermont5000045,740
28Nebraska3100045,620
29Ohio3900045,270
30Kansas2000045,020
31North Carolina3700044,650
32Indiana1800044,600
33Texas4800044,570
34Alabama0100044,500
35Georgia1300044,440
36Missouri2900044,260
37South Dakota4600044,070
38Maine2300044,060
39Montana3000044,030
40Arizona0400044,000
40Louisiana2200044,000
42Oklahoma4000043,880
43Kentucky2100043,640
44South Carolina4500042,980
45Idaho1600042,680
46Tennessee4700042,560
47New Mexico3500041,990
48Florida1200040,500
49Mississippi2800040,030
50Arkansas0500039,950
51West Virginia5400039,020

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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