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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200045,590
2North Dakota3800041,170
3Wyoming5600040,670
4District of Columbia1100038,280
5Hawaii1500036,740
6Minnesota2700035,990
7Washington5300035,970
8New York3600035,230
9Montana3000034,910
10Connecticut0900034,860
10Nebraska3100034,860
12Vermont5000034,610
13Maryland2400034,370
14Iowa1900034,240
15Massachusetts2500034,180
16Colorado0800034,150
17Oregon4100033,750
18Wisconsin5500033,650
19Kansas2000033,360
20Utah4900032,740
21Pennsylvania4200032,570
22Virginia5100032,190
23New Hampshire3300032,010
24Texas4800031,690
25Missouri2900031,640
26Oklahoma4000031,590
27Maine2300031,460
28Idaho1600031,450
29New Jersey3400031,260
30California0600031,230
30Indiana1800031,230
32Arizona0400031,190
33Michigan2600031,140
34Louisiana2200030,920
35Illinois1700030,890
36Nevada3200030,770
37Ohio3900030,440
38Kentucky2100030,400
39South Dakota4600030,340
39Tennessee4700030,340
41New Mexico3500030,230
42Rhode Island4400030,210
43West Virginia5400029,920
44Delaware1000029,780
45Georgia1300029,550
46Arkansas0500028,880
47Florida1200028,680
48North Carolina3700028,650
49South Carolina4500028,610
50Alabama0100028,170
51Mississippi2800027,170

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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