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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200060,350
2District of Columbia1100055,990
3Hawaii1500053,540
4Wyoming5600052,530
5Connecticut0900052,130
5Massachusetts2500052,130
7New Jersey3400051,310
8Washington5300050,770
9North Dakota3800050,140
10Maryland2400049,470
11California0600048,960
12New York3600048,830
13Nevada3200048,610
14New Hampshire3300047,920
15Rhode Island4400047,750
16Delaware1000047,730
17Minnesota2700047,680
18Colorado0800047,250
19Illinois1700047,140
20Virginia5100046,780
21Oregon4100044,860
22Wisconsin5500044,570
23Utah4900044,560
24Pennsylvania4200044,280
25Vermont5000044,200
26Iowa1900043,770
27Michigan2600043,760
28Ohio3900043,730
29Nebraska3100043,370
30Alabama0100042,940
31Kansas2000042,860
32Maine2300042,670
33Kentucky2100042,530
34North Carolina3700042,220
35Georgia1300042,110
36Arizona0400042,080
37Indiana1800042,020
38South Dakota4600042,000
39Texas4800041,780
40Tennessee4700041,680
41Missouri2900041,580
42Oklahoma4000041,510
43Montana3000041,480
44South Carolina4500040,700
45Idaho1600040,480
46Louisiana2200040,180
47New Mexico3500039,420
48Florida1200038,690
49Mississippi2800038,640
50Arkansas0500038,180
51West Virginia5400037,520

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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