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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000100,620
2New York3600088,340
3New Jersey3400081,710
4Massachusetts2500081,090
5Maryland2400080,160
6Washington5300079,930
7Virginia5100079,580
8California0600079,330
8Rhode Island4400079,330
10Connecticut0900079,110
11Delaware1000077,750
12Colorado0800077,610
13Alaska0200077,290
14Illinois1700076,940
15Minnesota2700076,920
16Oregon4100076,040
17New Hampshire3300075,940
18Texas4800075,460
19North Carolina3700075,300
20Pennsylvania4200071,790
21Michigan2600069,910
22Georgia1300066,790
23Hawaii1500066,640
24Vermont5000064,650
25Ohio3900064,050
26Maine2300063,970
27Wisconsin5500063,850
28Missouri2900063,460
29Alabama0100063,170
30North Dakota3800063,040
31Arizona0400062,980
32Iowa1900062,970
33New Mexico3500062,830
34Wyoming5600062,470
35Kansas2000062,420
36Nebraska3100062,390
37South Dakota4600062,340
38Indiana1800062,230
39Kentucky2100062,170
39Nevada3200062,170
41Oklahoma4000062,100
42Florida1200062,050
43Utah4900062,020
44Montana3000061,990
45South Carolina4500061,980
46Idaho1600061,480
47Tennessee4700061,110
48Louisiana2200061,040
49Arkansas0500060,550
49West Virginia5400060,550
51Mississippi2800057,530

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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