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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000161,300
2New Jersey34000160,410
3New York36000152,520
4Washington53000142,380
5Delaware10000140,050
6Colorado08000137,170
7Massachusetts25000136,430
8California06000135,840
9Connecticut09000132,550
10Virginia51000132,380
11Maryland24000124,990
12Rhode Island44000124,730
13New Hampshire33000120,650
14Minnesota27000117,260
15Illinois17000117,130
16Wisconsin55000115,820
17Pennsylvania42000111,290
18Georgia13000110,870
19North Carolina37000110,700
20Alaska02000108,680
21Oregon41000106,730
22Hawaii15000106,520
23Michigan26000106,250
24Texas48000105,170
25South Dakota46000104,310
26Florida12000104,170
27Kansas20000102,890
28Arizona04000102,560
29Tennessee47000102,180
30New Mexico35000101,770
31Utah49000101,510
32Indiana18000100,710
32Nebraska31000100,710
34Ohio39000100,640
35South Carolina45000100,520
36Maine2300099,790
37Alabama0100099,740
38Louisiana2200098,200
39North Dakota3800097,760
40Vermont5000097,030
41Iowa1900095,090
42Wyoming5600094,890
43Montana3000093,850
44Nevada3200093,670
45Oklahoma4000093,080
46Missouri2900092,160
47Kentucky2100091,230
48West Virginia5400083,500
49Idaho1600082,260
50Mississippi2800080,930
51Arkansas0500080,570

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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