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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2020

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200045,900
2Wyoming5600042,260
3North Dakota3800041,850
4District of Columbia1100040,970
5Washington5300040,380
6Hawaii1500038,860
7Minnesota2700038,050
8New York3600037,360
9Colorado0800036,940
10Iowa1900036,860
11Oregon4100036,740
12Nebraska3100036,710
13Montana3000036,470
14Massachusetts2500036,380
15Vermont5000036,060
16Wisconsin5500035,940
17Utah4900035,530
18Rhode Island4400035,290
19California0600035,120
20Illinois1700035,100
21Connecticut0900034,910
22Maryland2400034,730
23Texas4800034,510
24New Jersey3400034,410
25Maine2300034,200
26Kansas2000034,140
27Pennsylvania4200034,040
28Indiana1800033,820
28Michigan2600033,820
30Oklahoma4000033,730
31Nevada3200033,380
32Virginia5100033,260
33Idaho1600033,020
33Missouri2900033,020
35Delaware1000032,940
36Arizona0400032,900
37Ohio3900032,820
38South Dakota4600032,570
39Kentucky2100032,480
40New Hampshire3300032,400
41Louisiana2200032,340
42Tennessee4700032,150
43New Mexico3500031,810
44Georgia1300031,700
45Arkansas0500031,270
46North Carolina3700030,990
47Florida1200030,860
48West Virginia5400030,760
49South Carolina4500030,490
50Mississippi2800030,260
51Alabama0100030,070

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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