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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Wyoming5600051,000
2District of Columbia1100050,250
3Washington5300042,640
4Louisiana2200042,230
5Connecticut0900042,000
6Alaska0200039,360
7Massachusetts2500039,350
8North Dakota3800039,150
9Minnesota2700038,990
10Maine2300038,850
11New Hampshire3300038,380
12West Virginia5400038,060
13Pennsylvania4200037,790
14Maryland2400037,620
15Oregon4100037,560
16Colorado0800037,550
17Kansas2000037,530
18Wisconsin5500037,510
19Hawaii1500037,490
20Rhode Island4400037,450
21Iowa1900037,180
22Vermont5000036,970
23New York3600036,920
24Kentucky2100036,860
24Nebraska3100036,860
26Ohio3900036,610
27Montana3000036,590
28Indiana1800036,540
29Michigan2600036,530
30Missouri2900036,350
31South Carolina4500036,240
32Oklahoma4000036,100
33Illinois1700036,020
34Virginia5100035,720
35New Jersey3400035,660
36California0600035,650
37New Mexico3500035,640
38Arizona0400034,950
39Texas4800034,850
40Tennessee4700034,460
41Nevada3200034,340
42Utah4900034,080
43Idaho1600033,830
44South Dakota4600033,790
45North Carolina3700032,320
46Florida1200032,220
47Alabama0100032,140
48Mississippi2800031,940
49Georgia1300031,850
50Delaware1000031,830
51Arkansas0500031,090

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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