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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100062,420
2California0600058,690
3New Jersey3400058,580
4Nevada3200057,910
5New York3600056,840
6Washington5300056,690
7Connecticut0900056,330
8North Dakota3800053,220
9Alaska0200052,940
10Oregon4100049,980
11Maryland2400049,630
12Colorado0800049,560
13Minnesota2700049,550
14Hawaii1500049,350
15Wyoming5600049,210
16Massachusetts2500048,960
16Rhode Island4400048,960
18Wisconsin5500048,610
19Virginia5100048,360
20Illinois1700048,170
21Maine2300048,140
22Michigan2600047,880
23New Mexico3500047,670
24Ohio3900047,660
25Texas4800047,550
26North Carolina3700047,530
27Arizona0400047,180
28Delaware1000047,120
29Idaho1600047,050
30New Hampshire3300047,040
30Utah4900047,040
32Pennsylvania4200046,910
33Louisiana2200046,840
34Iowa1900046,640
35Georgia1300046,600
36Florida1200046,400
37Indiana1800045,890
38Tennessee4700045,870
39Vermont5000045,850
40Montana3000045,770
41Alabama0100045,520
42Nebraska3100045,340
43Kansas2000045,150
44Oklahoma4000043,970
45Kentucky2100042,330
46South Dakota4600041,750
47Missouri2900041,510
48South Carolina4500038,850
49Arkansas0500038,470
50Mississippi2800038,260
50West Virginia5400038,260

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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