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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200044,660
2North Dakota3800041,310
3Wyoming5600041,190
4Washington5300038,450
5District of Columbia1100038,010
6Minnesota2700036,720
7Hawaii1500036,530
8Colorado0800035,720
9Nebraska3100035,460
10New York3600035,370
11Iowa1900035,360
12Oregon4100035,050
13Montana3000034,910
14Massachusetts2500034,720
15Vermont5000034,450
16Wisconsin5500034,400
17Utah4900034,030
18Connecticut0900033,880
19Rhode Island4400033,070
20California0600033,040
21Maryland2400033,020
22Kansas2000032,980
23Illinois1700032,650
24Texas4800032,610
25Pennsylvania4200032,480
26Maine2300032,370
27New Jersey3400032,340
28Missouri2900032,150
29Indiana1800031,950
30Michigan2600031,940
31Nevada3200031,830
32Oklahoma4000031,820
33Idaho1600031,510
34Virginia5100031,500
35Ohio3900031,390
36Kentucky2100031,380
37Arizona0400031,320
38South Dakota4600031,310
39Delaware1000031,280
40Tennessee4700031,160
41New Hampshire3300031,080
42Louisiana2200030,950
43New Mexico3500030,890
44Georgia1300030,300
45West Virginia5400030,070
46Arkansas0500029,930
47North Carolina3700029,590
48Florida1200029,390
49South Carolina4500029,280
50Alabama0100029,070
51Mississippi2800027,960

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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