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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100080,810
2New York3600077,620
3California0600064,340
4Massachusetts2500063,030
5Connecticut0900062,300
6Rhode Island4400062,170
7Washington5300061,970
8New Jersey3400061,680
9Maryland2400059,870
10Virginia5100057,540
11Colorado0800057,290
12Minnesota2700052,360
13Hawaii1500049,920
14Oregon4100049,700
15New Hampshire3300049,200
16Illinois1700049,020
17Vermont5000048,900
18Georgia1300048,890
19North Carolina3700048,810
20Nevada3200048,550
21New Mexico3500048,310
22Texas4800048,120
23Pennsylvania4200048,090
24Florida1200048,070
24Wisconsin5500048,070
26Ohio3900047,940
27Alaska0200047,910
28Michigan2600047,810
29Arizona0400047,490
30Delaware1000047,270
31Maine2300046,330
32Utah4900045,470
33Missouri2900044,480
34Kentucky2100043,110
35Nebraska3100040,810
36South Carolina4500040,430
37Indiana1800039,340
38Wyoming5600039,140
39Kansas2000039,100
40Iowa1900039,080
41Tennessee4700039,060
42North Dakota3800038,870
43Alabama0100038,600
44Mississippi2800038,550
45Montana3000038,420
46Oklahoma4000038,370
47South Dakota4600038,340
48Arkansas0500038,130
49Idaho1600038,120
50Louisiana2200037,940
51West Virginia5400037,640

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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