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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100075,150
2Massachusetts2500063,110
3New York3600062,710
4Rhode Island4400062,460
5California0600062,150
6Maryland2400061,840
7Connecticut0900061,820
8New Jersey3400061,690
9Pennsylvania4200061,450
10Washington5300061,190
11Delaware1000061,010
12Alaska0200060,970
13Ohio3900060,590
14Texas4800059,860
15Hawaii1500059,840
16Oregon4100059,670
17Virginia5100059,070
18Georgia1300054,860
19Illinois1700050,540
19Nevada3200050,540
21Nebraska3100050,300
22Colorado0800049,840
23Alabama0100049,730
23Michigan2600049,730
25Minnesota2700049,140
26New Hampshire3300049,120
27Wisconsin5500048,990
28Florida1200048,920
29Vermont5000048,830
30Kentucky2100048,770
31New Mexico3500048,720
32North Dakota3800048,650
33Tennessee4700048,450
34South Carolina4500048,260
35Louisiana2200048,210
36Maine2300048,170
37Arizona0400047,960
37Wyoming5600047,960
39North Carolina3700047,920
40Indiana1800047,770
41Utah4900047,730
42Iowa1900047,600
43West Virginia5400047,580
44Arkansas0500047,510
45Kansas2000047,350
46South Dakota4600047,280
47Idaho1600046,960
48Missouri2900046,920
48Montana3000046,920
50Mississippi2800046,840

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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