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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1California06000111,500
2Oregon41000103,200
3Hawaii15000101,720
4Washington53000101,560
5Alaska02000100,760
6District of Columbia1100099,300
7New Jersey3400096,160
8New York3600096,050
9Connecticut0900095,940
10Massachusetts2500094,350
11Maryland2400087,700
12Minnesota2700086,840
13Colorado0800086,740
14Nevada3200086,460
15Rhode Island4400086,090
16Delaware1000085,090
17New Hampshire3300084,800
18Arizona0400083,230
19Vermont5000081,900
20New Mexico3500081,890
21Illinois1700080,250
22Wisconsin5500080,130
23Virginia5100079,990
24Maine2300079,780
25Georgia1300079,310
26Texas4800079,020
27Pennsylvania4200078,870
28Michigan2600078,860
29Florida1200078,090
30Wyoming5600077,970
31Montana3000077,910
32Ohio3900077,500
33Utah4900077,200
34Idaho1600076,760
35Nebraska3100076,500
36North Carolina3700076,340
37South Carolina4500075,700
38Indiana1800075,160
39North Dakota3800073,380
40Kentucky2100073,120
41Missouri2900071,890
42Oklahoma4000069,780
43Kansas2000069,340
43Tennessee4700069,340
45Iowa1900067,780
46South Dakota4600066,860
47Louisiana2200065,710
48West Virginia5400065,160
49Arkansas0500064,100
50Mississippi2800062,470
51Alabama0100062,420

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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