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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100084,450
2Massachusetts2500060,690
3Washington5300059,920
4New York3600056,840
5Alaska0200056,140
6Connecticut0900056,130
7Maryland2400055,810
8New Jersey3400054,860
9Colorado0800054,050
10California0600054,030
11Rhode Island4400050,970
12Minnesota2700050,880
13Hawaii1500050,510
14Oregon4100050,010
15New Hampshire3300049,980
16Virginia5100049,920
17Vermont5000049,630
18Delaware1000049,280
19North Dakota3800048,830
20Illinois1700048,730
21Arizona0400047,680
22Maine2300047,590
22Wisconsin5500047,590
24Pennsylvania4200047,430
25Wyoming5600047,250
26Utah4900047,020
27Michigan2600046,940
28Ohio3900046,690
29Iowa1900046,460
30Nebraska3100046,440
31Texas4800045,970
32Montana3000045,690
33Georgia1300045,480
34Indiana1800045,470
35North Carolina3700045,440
36Kansas2000045,250
37Missouri2900045,080
38Florida1200045,070
39Nevada3200044,810
40Idaho1600044,240
41Tennessee4700043,820
42Kentucky2100043,730
43South Dakota4600043,680
44New Mexico3500043,620
45South Carolina4500042,220
46Oklahoma4000041,480
47Alabama0100041,350
48Louisiana2200041,320
49West Virginia5400039,770
50Arkansas0500039,060
51Mississippi2800037,500

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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