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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1California06000100,060
2Hawaii1500098,010
3Oregon4100095,220
4Washington5300092,670
5Alaska0200080,530
6New York3600080,470
7Massachusetts2500080,150
8New Jersey3400080,130
9District of Columbia1100079,810
10Connecticut0900079,100
11Maryland2400078,430
12Rhode Island4400078,080
13Minnesota2700077,750
14Colorado0800077,630
15Nevada3200077,510
16New Hampshire3300077,210
17New Mexico3500076,710
18Arizona0400076,250
19Delaware1000075,380
20Vermont5000075,020
21Wisconsin5500075,000
21Wyoming5600075,000
23Virginia5100074,830
24Illinois1700074,810
25Maine2300074,660
26Montana3000074,440
27Michigan2600074,180
28Texas4800069,400
29Pennsylvania4200067,370
30Idaho1600063,880
31Utah4900063,560
32Nebraska3100063,210
33Georgia1300062,500
34Ohio3900062,490
35Florida1200061,930
36North Carolina3700061,790
36South Carolina4500061,790
38Indiana1800061,530
39North Dakota3800061,340
40Iowa1900061,060
41Tennessee4700060,890
42Kansas2000060,820
42Missouri2900060,820
44Oklahoma4000060,740
45Kentucky2100060,690
46Louisiana2200060,550
47South Dakota4600060,450
48West Virginia5400059,740
49Arkansas0500059,660
50Alabama0100059,280
51Mississippi2800059,210

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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