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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2022

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000101,930
2New York3600094,050
3New Jersey3400089,270
4Maryland2400083,860
5Massachusetts2500083,290
6Virginia5100081,730
7Washington5300081,640
8Connecticut0900080,860
9California0600080,850
10Rhode Island4400080,230
11Colorado0800079,890
12Delaware1000079,560
13Minnesota2700077,890
14Illinois1700077,530
15Alaska0200077,230
16New Hampshire3300075,510
17Oregon4100075,310
18North Carolina3700074,530
19Georgia1300073,150
20Texas4800073,000
21Michigan2600072,760
22Pennsylvania4200072,020
23Ohio3900071,380
24Maine2300070,010
25Hawaii1500069,930
26Vermont5000068,640
27Wisconsin5500067,560
28Arizona0400066,870
29Wyoming5600066,210
30Florida1200066,090
31Missouri2900065,860
32New Mexico3500065,800
33Alabama0100065,670
34North Dakota3800065,660
35Nevada3200065,310
36South Dakota4600065,250
37Iowa1900065,230
38Kansas2000065,080
39Oklahoma4000065,010
40South Carolina4500064,650
41Indiana1800064,550
42Nebraska3100064,350
43Utah4900064,280
44Kentucky2100063,780
45Idaho1600063,520
46Montana3000063,190
47Tennessee4700062,670
48Arkansas0500061,640
48Louisiana2200061,640
50West Virginia5400061,530
51Mississippi2800058,990

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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