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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100078,660
2Massachusetts2500072,470
3California0600068,990
4New York3600067,220
5Rhode Island4400066,380
6Connecticut0900066,010
7Alaska0200065,550
8Washington5300065,270
9New Jersey3400064,970
10Maryland2400063,060
11Pennsylvania4200062,700
12Ohio3900062,150
13Oregon4100061,820
14Texas4800061,590
15Delaware1000060,680
16Georgia1300060,430
17New Mexico3500060,170
18Virginia5100059,100
19Illinois1700058,880
20Minnesota2700056,960
21New Hampshire3300056,860
22Hawaii1500055,850
23Colorado0800054,190
24Vermont5000053,830
25Michigan2600053,600
26Nebraska3100053,330
27Alabama0100053,110
28Nevada3200052,720
29South Carolina4500052,610
30Wyoming5600052,580
31Louisiana2200052,090
32Florida1200051,990
33Kentucky2100051,950
34Maine2300051,400
35North Dakota3800051,290
36Wisconsin5500051,260
37Tennessee4700051,110
38Utah4900051,100
39Arizona0400050,700
40Arkansas0500049,990
41Indiana1800049,820
42North Carolina3700049,400
43Missouri2900049,020
44Idaho1600049,000
44West Virginia5400049,000
46Montana3000048,950
47Kansas2000048,410
48Mississippi2800048,090
49South Dakota4600048,030
50Oklahoma4000047,980
51Iowa1900047,680

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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