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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100068,490
2New Jersey3400061,020
3California0600060,220
4Alaska0200060,120
5Washington5300059,710
6New York3600059,660
7Connecticut0900059,180
8Massachusetts2500058,870
9North Dakota3800058,590
10Maryland2400056,910
11Colorado0800056,450
12Minnesota2700056,370
13Oregon4100056,200
14Wisconsin5500053,600
15New Mexico3500052,850
16Rhode Island4400052,580
17Virginia5100052,460
18Nevada3200052,150
19Wyoming5600051,970
20New Hampshire3300051,660
21Idaho1600051,110
22Texas4800050,680
23North Carolina3700050,600
24Hawaii1500050,490
25Vermont5000050,110
26Ohio3900050,090
27Pennsylvania4200050,010
28Arizona0400049,970
29Illinois1700049,670
30Delaware1000049,610
31Michigan2600049,570
32Maine2300049,500
33Georgia1300048,490
34Utah4900048,420
35Iowa1900048,210
36Nebraska3100048,190
37Louisiana2200048,110
38Florida1200048,060
39South Carolina4500047,610
40Tennessee4700047,530
41Indiana1800047,490
42South Dakota4600047,380
43Kansas2000047,260
44Alabama0100046,980
45Arkansas0500046,160
46Montana3000046,040
47Oklahoma4000045,960
48Kentucky2100045,490
49Missouri2900045,450
50Mississippi2800043,450
51West Virginia5400043,050

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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