Select a State

Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Wyoming5600052,200
2District of Columbia1100050,710
3Alaska0200044,300
4Washington5300043,880
5Louisiana2200043,750
6Connecticut0900043,520
7North Dakota3800043,080
8Massachusetts2500041,120
9Maine2300040,570
10Minnesota2700040,150
11Hawaii1500040,050
12New Hampshire3300039,970
13Rhode Island4400039,180
14Vermont5000039,050
15Wisconsin5500039,030
16Pennsylvania4200039,020
17West Virginia5400038,950
18Maryland2400038,940
19Oregon4100038,900
20Colorado0800038,770
21Kansas2000038,600
22Iowa1900038,510
23Kentucky2100038,390
24New York3600038,100
25Michigan2600038,060
26Indiana1800038,020
27Missouri2900037,900
28Montana3000037,850
29New Jersey3400037,770
30Ohio3900037,720
31Illinois1700037,550
32California0600037,540
33Nebraska3100037,350
34Arizona0400037,250
35South Carolina4500037,240
36Virginia5100036,970
37Oklahoma4000036,930
38New Mexico3500036,530
39Texas4800036,300
40South Dakota4600036,100
41Nevada3200035,900
42Tennessee4700035,700
43Idaho1600035,600
44Utah4900035,410
45Mississippi2800034,270
46North Carolina3700033,870
47Alabama0100033,760
48Florida1200033,570
49Georgia1300033,420
50Delaware1000032,780
51Arkansas0500032,440

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

This page was generated on 6/18/2021 2:50:01 AM