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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000119,480
2Massachusetts25000100,370
3California0600096,830
4Maryland2400094,160
5Rhode Island4400090,750
6Connecticut0900086,380
7New Jersey3400084,390
8Colorado0800082,920
9Washington5300082,760
10Virginia5100082,490
11Minnesota2700080,620
12New York3600079,910
13Illinois1700079,370
14Delaware1000079,220
15Alaska0200077,440
16Pennsylvania4200075,990
17Michigan2600074,730
18Oregon4100074,210
19New Mexico3500073,690
20Tennessee4700073,470
21North Carolina3700073,390
22New Hampshire3300072,780
23Georgia1300072,580
24Nevada3200072,470
25Ohio3900071,110
26Wisconsin5500069,600
27Hawaii1500068,890
28Texas4800068,540
29Louisiana2200067,410
30Arizona0400067,380
31Wyoming5600067,280
32Maine2300066,840
33Vermont5000066,490
34Missouri2900065,380
35Oklahoma4000065,320
36Indiana1800065,310
37North Dakota3800065,200
38South Carolina4500065,040
39Utah4900064,730
40West Virginia5400064,650
41Alabama0100064,550
42Florida1200063,890
43Kansas2000063,590
44Mississippi2800063,560
45Nebraska3100063,470
46Montana3000063,110
47Kentucky2100062,700
48Iowa1900062,550
49Idaho1600061,070
50Arkansas0500059,830
51South Dakota4600057,450

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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