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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2022

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100064,580
2New Jersey3400058,410
3California0600058,250
4Washington5300058,010
5New York3600057,690
6Alaska0200056,960
7North Dakota3800056,490
8Connecticut0900054,950
9Nevada3200053,390
10Maryland2400052,520
11Massachusetts2500052,000
12Minnesota2700051,710
13Colorado0800051,490
14Oregon4100051,250
15Rhode Island4400051,150
16Wisconsin5500049,590
17Virginia5100049,270
18Wyoming5600049,260
19Maine2300049,040
20Delaware1000049,000
21Hawaii1500048,980
22New Hampshire3300048,890
23New Mexico3500048,800
24Vermont5000048,600
25Idaho1600048,390
26Illinois1700048,260
27Texas4800048,240
28North Carolina3700048,190
29Michigan2600048,120
30Ohio3900047,820
31Pennsylvania4200047,710
32Utah4900047,510
33Iowa1900047,370
34Arizona0400047,050
35Oklahoma4000046,560
36Georgia1300046,220
37Florida1200046,040
38Louisiana2200045,820
39South Dakota4600045,520
40Tennessee4700045,480
41South Carolina4500045,190
42Kansas2000045,160
43Nebraska3100045,150
44Kentucky2100044,780
45Indiana1800044,630
46Alabama0100044,290
47Arkansas0500043,500
48Missouri2900043,490
49Montana3000043,240
50Mississippi2800038,900
51West Virginia5400038,360

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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