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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000122,320
2California06000108,660
3New Mexico35000105,310
4Maryland24000103,450
5Washington53000101,870
6Oregon41000100,740
7Massachusetts25000100,050
8Alaska0200099,380
9Rhode Island4400099,300
10Colorado0800098,730
11New Jersey3400098,490
12Connecticut0900098,180
13Virginia5100096,840
14Alabama0100095,800
15Illinois1700091,830
16Arizona0400090,310
17Delaware1000090,100
18Hawaii1500088,940
19New Hampshire3300088,360
20New York3600087,510
21Louisiana2200087,360
22Minnesota2700086,760
23Texas4800085,110
24Michigan2600083,840
25Ohio3900083,620
26Oklahoma4000083,390
27Pennsylvania4200082,920
28Maine2300082,910
29Georgia1300082,250
30Iowa1900082,180
31Kansas2000082,080
32South Carolina4500081,940
33Utah4900081,840
34Indiana1800081,620
35Missouri2900081,460
36Vermont5000081,240
36Wyoming5600081,240
38Nevada3200081,230
39Florida1200081,100
40North Carolina3700080,290
41Idaho1600080,200
42West Virginia5400079,970
43Wisconsin5500079,720
44North Dakota3800078,770
45Tennessee4700078,440
46Kentucky2100078,330
47Mississippi2800078,280
48South Dakota4600077,480
49Montana3000076,890
50Nebraska3100076,750
51Arkansas0500074,670

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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