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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000103,360
2New York3600097,440
3New Jersey3400094,860
4Massachusetts2500089,800
5Maryland2400089,070
6Washington5300088,590
7California0600087,880
8Virginia5100085,030
9Connecticut0900083,510
10Delaware1000082,930
11Colorado0800082,640
12Rhode Island4400080,910
13Minnesota2700079,720
14Alaska0200079,500
15Illinois1700078,810
16New Hampshire3300077,460
17North Carolina3700077,430
18Oregon4100077,250
19Georgia1300076,300
20Texas4800076,000
21Michigan2600075,080
22Arizona0400074,840
23Ohio3900074,780
24Florida1200074,520
25Pennsylvania4200074,450
26Maine2300074,320
27Hawaii1500073,770
28Vermont5000073,420
29Wisconsin5500073,410
30Wyoming5600072,000
31South Dakota4600071,990
32Alabama0100071,540
33Kansas2000070,480
34Iowa1900070,470
35Nevada3200070,290
36Missouri2900070,100
37New Mexico3500069,760
38South Carolina4500069,570
39North Dakota3800069,330
40Indiana1800068,460
41Oklahoma4000067,870
42Utah4900067,140
43Nebraska3100066,170
44Tennessee4700065,480
45Kentucky2100065,000
46Montana3000064,290
47Idaho1600063,980
48Louisiana2200063,490
49West Virginia5400063,410
50Arkansas0500062,310
51Mississippi2800060,530

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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