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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000107,140
2Massachusetts2500094,780
3Maryland2400087,190
4Connecticut0900081,170
5New Jersey3400080,810
6Rhode Island4400080,060
7California0600079,930
8Delaware1000079,800
9Virginia5100079,500
10New York3600078,300
11Colorado0800077,470
11Washington5300077,470
13Alaska0200074,870
13Minnesota2700074,870
15New Mexico3500074,370
16New Hampshire3300073,180
17Illinois1700071,820
18Michigan2600065,430
19Hawaii1500064,920
20Ohio3900064,760
21Texas4800064,420
22Pennsylvania4200064,330
23North Carolina3700064,130
24Oregon4100064,110
25Vermont5000063,750
26Georgia1300062,890
27Arizona0400062,730
28North Dakota3800062,700
29Maine2300062,550
30Louisiana2200062,140
31Oklahoma4000062,110
31Wisconsin5500062,110
33Alabama0100062,070
34Wyoming5600062,040
35Nevada3200061,510
36Iowa1900061,500
37Tennessee4700061,440
38Indiana1800061,190
39Utah4900061,060
40Kansas2000060,500
41West Virginia5400060,030
42Missouri2900059,490
43Kentucky2100059,420
44Nebraska3100059,380
45Arkansas0500059,240
45Florida1200059,240
45South Carolina4500059,240
48Mississippi2800056,990
49Idaho1600055,220
50South Dakota4600054,480
51Montana3000053,870

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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