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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000151,110
2New Jersey34000150,690
3New York36000133,350
4Delaware10000127,740
5Washington53000127,390
6Massachusetts25000127,300
7California06000126,830
8Colorado08000126,460
9Virginia51000126,340
10Connecticut09000125,770
11Rhode Island44000125,690
12Maryland24000120,740
13New Hampshire33000105,560
14Illinois17000103,350
15Pennsylvania42000102,420
16Minnesota27000102,020
17North Carolina37000101,870
18Wisconsin55000101,130
19Texas4800099,860
20Michigan2600099,340
21Hawaii1500099,250
22Ohio3900098,870
23Alaska0200098,810
23Oregon4100098,810
25Georgia1300098,650
26South Dakota4600097,930
27Arizona0400097,920
28Tennessee4700097,680
29Florida1200095,310
30New Mexico3500095,040
31Maine2300094,690
32Alabama0100094,650
33Kansas2000094,600
34Nebraska3100094,520
35Indiana1800094,450
36North Dakota3800094,120
37South Carolina4500092,410
38Louisiana2200092,120
39Missouri2900091,790
40Iowa1900090,900
41Oklahoma4000083,230
42Wyoming5600082,050
43Utah4900080,170
44Montana3000079,840
45Kentucky2100079,660
46Nevada3200079,570
47Vermont5000078,990
48West Virginia5400078,210
49Arkansas0500077,150
50Mississippi2800075,050
51Idaho1600075,030

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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