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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100095,310
2New York3600078,870
3California0600076,020
4New Jersey3400067,270
5Washington5300065,920
6Massachusetts2500065,760
7Maryland2400064,340
8Connecticut0900062,290
9Colorado0800061,760
10Rhode Island4400061,150
11Oregon4100059,590
12Minnesota2700058,580
13Virginia5100057,200
14Vermont5000056,050
15Hawaii1500055,750
16Nevada3200052,990
17New Hampshire3300052,750
18Illinois1700052,010
19North Carolina3700051,170
20Wyoming5600051,100
21Pennsylvania4200051,050
22Texas4800050,620
23Georgia1300050,400
24Florida1200050,230
25Missouri2900049,930
26Delaware1000049,890
27Wisconsin5500049,420
28Alaska0200049,320
29Maine2300048,700
30Utah4900048,220
31Michigan2600048,040
32Nebraska3100047,580
33Arizona0400047,400
34Kansas2000047,160
35New Mexico3500047,130
36Iowa1900046,760
37Oklahoma4000046,410
38Ohio3900046,110
39Montana3000045,980
40South Carolina4500045,830
41Tennessee4700045,650
42North Dakota3800045,540
43Louisiana2200045,490
44Alabama0100045,170
45Indiana1800044,960
46Idaho1600043,980
47Kentucky2100043,570
48South Dakota4600041,600
49West Virginia5400038,730
50Mississippi2800038,390
51Arkansas0500036,610

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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