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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200061,770
2Hawaii1500058,630
3District of Columbia1100057,840
4Washington5300056,960
5New Jersey3400056,680
6Massachusetts2500056,360
7Wyoming5600055,610
8Connecticut0900055,400
9California0600054,670
10North Dakota3800053,260
11New York3600052,880
12Maryland2400052,400
13Rhode Island4400051,820
14Delaware1000051,650
14New Hampshire3300051,650
16Minnesota2700051,640
17Colorado0800051,110
18Nevada3200050,910
19Virginia5100050,810
20Illinois1700050,680
21Pennsylvania4200049,390
22Oregon4100049,270
23Wisconsin5500048,880
24Iowa1900048,160
25Michigan2600048,110
26Utah4900047,700
27Vermont5000047,660
28Ohio3900047,350
29Nebraska3100047,060
30Kansas2000046,980
30Maine2300046,980
32North Carolina3700046,910
33Indiana1800046,830
34Georgia1300046,640
35Missouri2900046,590
36Texas4800046,570
37South Dakota4600046,250
38Louisiana2200046,170
39Arizona0400046,130
40Montana3000045,920
41Oklahoma4000045,850
42Alabama0100045,710
43Kentucky2100045,090
44South Carolina4500044,650
45Tennessee4700044,640
46Idaho1600044,260
47New Mexico3500044,100
48Florida1200042,360
49Mississippi2800041,880
50Arkansas0500041,490
51West Virginia5400040,500

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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