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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1California06000135,760
2Washington53000133,830
3District of Columbia11000124,590
4Maryland24000123,010
5Massachusetts25000121,650
6Virginia51000120,160
7New York36000113,970
8Colorado08000112,180
9Delaware10000112,070
10New Jersey34000109,780
11Rhode Island44000106,680
12North Carolina37000106,380
13Connecticut09000105,000
14Oregon41000103,040
15Minnesota27000102,630
16New Hampshire33000102,620
17Illinois17000100,580
18Texas48000100,530
19Georgia1300099,900
20Arizona0400098,180
21Utah4900097,200
22Hawaii1500095,000
23Florida1200094,540
24Ohio3900092,130
25New Mexico3500091,350
26Pennsylvania4200090,700
27Alabama0100089,640
28Kansas2000089,590
29Alaska0200089,400
29Vermont5000089,400
31Michigan2600088,800
32Iowa1900087,560
33Nebraska3100086,390
34South Carolina4500084,770
35Wisconsin5500084,400
36Idaho1600084,320
37Nevada3200082,670
38Tennessee4700082,290
39Maine2300082,080
40Indiana1800080,910
41Missouri2900080,880
42North Dakota3800080,780
43Oklahoma4000080,160
44Montana3000079,990
45Kentucky2100079,620
46Arkansas0500079,200
47Louisiana2200077,650
48Wyoming5600077,240
49West Virginia5400076,920
50South Dakota4600075,780
51Mississippi2800068,520

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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