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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100079,960
2Massachusetts2500058,540
3Washington5300050,450
4Alaska0200048,820
5New York3600048,800
6Connecticut0900048,720
7Maryland2400048,460
8New Jersey3400048,200
9Colorado0800047,940
10California0600047,920
11Rhode Island4400047,780
12Hawaii1500047,700
13Minnesota2700047,590
14Virginia5100047,200
15New Hampshire3300046,960
15North Dakota3800046,960
17Oregon4100046,910
17Vermont5000046,910
19Delaware1000046,700
20Illinois1700046,630
21Wyoming5600045,890
22Michigan2600045,190
23Wisconsin5500045,000
24Pennsylvania4200044,900
25Maine2300042,950
26Ohio3900039,680
27Arizona0400039,500
28Iowa1900039,070
29Texas4800039,030
30Utah4900038,860
31Nebraska3100038,780
32North Carolina3700038,370
33Georgia1300038,340
34Indiana1800038,330
35Missouri2900038,130
36Kansas2000038,050
36Montana3000038,050
38Florida1200037,920
39Nevada3200037,900
40New Mexico3500037,810
41South Dakota4600037,710
42Tennessee4700037,700
43Kentucky2100037,660
44Idaho1600037,550
45Oklahoma4000037,500
46Louisiana2200037,320
47Alabama0100037,250
47South Carolina4500037,250
49West Virginia5400036,860
50Arkansas0500036,680
51Mississippi2800035,070

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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