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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Washington53000127,370
2California06000120,710
3District of Columbia11000110,590
4Maryland24000102,700
4Massachusetts25000102,700
6New Jersey34000101,910
7Virginia51000101,680
8Delaware10000101,000
9New York36000100,290
10Colorado08000100,170
11Connecticut0900098,650
12Rhode Island4400098,610
13North Carolina3700098,530
14Minnesota2700097,050
15Georgia1300096,350
16Oregon4100096,300
17Illinois1700093,260
18New Hampshire3300092,460
19Texas4800089,880
20Arizona0400083,320
21Hawaii1500080,970
22Pennsylvania4200080,170
23Alabama0100079,880
24Iowa1900079,860
25Ohio3900079,440
26Alaska0200079,050
27Michigan2600079,020
28Utah4900078,980
29Nebraska3100078,920
30Florida1200078,370
31Missouri2900078,110
31Wisconsin5500078,110
33Kansas2000077,750
33Maine2300077,750
35South Carolina4500077,500
35Vermont5000077,500
37New Mexico3500077,150
38Indiana1800076,910
39Arkansas0500076,740
40Nevada3200075,880
41Idaho1600074,170
42Oklahoma4000074,080
43Tennessee4700073,120
44South Dakota4600069,350
45North Dakota3800069,010
46Kentucky2100067,820
47Louisiana2200064,150
48Montana3000062,690
49Mississippi2800062,620
50West Virginia5400062,330
51Wyoming5600061,870

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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