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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200047,590
2North Dakota3800042,110
3Wyoming5600041,970
4District of Columbia1100039,450
5Washington5300037,550
6Hawaii1500037,420
7Minnesota2700037,070
8New York3600036,450
9Montana3000036,400
10Iowa1900035,800
11Nebraska3100035,710
12Vermont5000035,650
13Massachusetts2500035,300
14Wisconsin5500035,160
15Oregon4100035,090
16Colorado0800035,020
17Connecticut0900034,990
18Maryland2400034,700
19Kansas2000034,390
20Utah4900033,530
21Pennsylvania4200033,230
22Texas4800033,140
23Virginia5100032,860
24Oklahoma4000032,760
25California0600032,740
26Maine2300032,710
27New Hampshire3300032,630
28Missouri2900032,620
29Michigan2600032,600
30Arizona0400032,330
31Illinois1700032,320
32West Virginia5400032,070
33Indiana1800031,980
34New Jersey3400031,890
35Idaho1600031,860
36Rhode Island4400031,790
37Ohio3900031,470
38South Dakota4600031,430
39New Mexico3500031,420
40Nevada3200031,390
41Louisiana2200031,360
42Kentucky2100031,350
43Tennessee4700031,170
44Delaware1000030,720
45Georgia1300030,590
46Arkansas0500030,200
47South Carolina4500029,820
48North Carolina3700029,690
49Florida1200029,520
50Alabama0100029,100
51Mississippi2800028,160

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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