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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000114,050
2California0600099,830
3Maryland2400099,280
4Washington5300098,500
5Alaska0200098,070
6New Mexico3500097,090
7Massachusetts2500096,320
8New Jersey3400096,130
9Rhode Island4400095,580
10Colorado0800095,130
11Delaware1000092,860
12Connecticut0900091,210
13Virginia5100088,230
14Hawaii1500082,620
15Alabama0100082,500
16Oregon4100081,830
17New Hampshire3300080,170
18Texas4800080,150
19Illinois1700079,610
20Arizona0400079,380
21New York3600079,370
22Minnesota2700079,080
23Maine2300079,040
24Michigan2600079,010
25Oklahoma4000078,270
26North Dakota3800078,230
26Pennsylvania4200078,230
28Louisiana2200078,210
29Georgia1300078,060
30Nevada3200077,900
31Ohio3900077,760
32Missouri2900077,750
33North Carolina3700077,560
34Wyoming5600077,530
35Idaho1600077,500
35Iowa1900077,500
37Vermont5000077,400
38Kansas2000077,310
39Florida1200077,250
40Tennessee4700077,130
41Utah4900077,040
42Indiana1800076,980
43South Carolina4500076,650
43Wisconsin5500076,650
45Nebraska3100076,380
46West Virginia5400076,010
47Montana3000075,230
48South Dakota4600074,900
49Kentucky2100073,060
50Mississippi2800072,970
51Arkansas0500070,360

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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