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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100052,060
2Wyoming5600049,560
3Washington5300039,900
4Louisiana2200039,670
5Connecticut0900039,400
6North Dakota3800037,660
7Massachusetts2500037,460
8Minnesota2700036,680
9Hawaii1500036,490
10Pennsylvania4200036,480
11Maine2300036,470
12New Hampshire3300036,160
13Kansas2000035,820
14Wisconsin5500035,790
15Ohio3900035,530
16Alaska0200035,440
17Oregon4100035,280
18Maryland2400035,220
19Vermont5000035,160
20Nebraska3100035,120
21Colorado0800035,030
21Rhode Island4400035,030
23New York3600034,850
24South Carolina4500034,750
25Michigan2600034,710
26Kentucky2100034,670
27Iowa1900034,640
28Montana3000034,530
29Indiana1800034,310
29New Jersey3400034,310
29West Virginia5400034,310
32Missouri2900033,870
33Virginia5100033,860
34Oklahoma4000033,840
35Illinois1700033,680
36Texas4800033,280
37Arizona0400032,910
38New Mexico3500032,770
39Utah4900032,630
40Tennessee4700032,400
41Idaho1600032,160
42Nevada3200032,130
43California0600031,900
44South Dakota4600031,570
45North Carolina3700030,960
46Georgia1300030,640
47Delaware1000030,580
48Alabama0100030,510
49Mississippi2800030,310
50Florida1200030,220
51Arkansas0500029,740

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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