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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100050,810
2Wyoming5600050,210
3Washington5300041,050
4Louisiana2200040,810
5Connecticut0900040,390
6Alaska0200038,850
7Massachusetts2500038,350
8North Dakota3800038,150
9Minnesota2700037,970
10Maine2300037,400
11New Hampshire3300037,360
12Pennsylvania4200037,210
13Kansas2000036,800
14Wisconsin5500036,700
15Hawaii1500036,440
16Maryland2400036,380
16Rhode Island4400036,380
18Vermont5000036,290
19Kentucky2100036,180
20Oregon4100036,160
21Colorado0800036,020
22Iowa1900035,990
23Nebraska3100035,960
24Ohio3900035,950
25Oklahoma4000035,810
26South Carolina4500035,780
27Montana3000035,760
28New York3600035,680
29Michigan2600035,560
30Indiana1800035,410
31New Jersey3400035,310
32Illinois1700035,160
33West Virginia5400035,140
34Missouri2900034,950
35Virginia5100034,560
36New Mexico3500034,240
37California0600034,190
38Texas4800034,150
39Arizona0400034,090
40Idaho1600033,480
41Utah4900033,470
42Tennessee4700033,430
43Nevada3200033,150
44South Dakota4600032,410
45North Carolina3700031,700
46Alabama0100031,580
47Delaware1000031,330
48Georgia1300031,210
49Florida1200031,170
50Mississippi2800030,960
51Arkansas0500030,420

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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