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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Washington5300045,110
2Oregon4100043,820
3Alaska0200043,180
4Rhode Island4400041,600
5Hawaii1500041,300
6New Hampshire3300040,360
7Colorado0800039,730
8North Dakota3800039,120
9Connecticut0900038,280
10Vermont5000038,240
11Maine2300038,230
12Maryland2400038,180
13New Jersey3400038,130
14District of Columbia1100038,100
15Massachusetts2500037,910
16New York3600037,480
17Utah4900037,080
18Nebraska3100036,920
19Iowa1900036,880
20Illinois1700036,740
21South Dakota4600036,700
22Nevada3200036,530
23Minnesota2700036,470
24Florida1200036,440
25Montana3000036,410
26Wisconsin5500036,390
27Arizona0400036,160
28Michigan2600036,100
29Wyoming5600036,000
30Indiana1800035,930
30Kentucky2100035,930
32Ohio3900035,510
33North Carolina3700035,270
34Delaware1000035,190
35Idaho1600035,080
36Georgia1300034,750
37Virginia5100034,650
38California0600034,640
39Tennessee4700034,580
40Kansas2000033,990
41South Carolina4500033,800
42Pennsylvania4200033,380
43Missouri2900033,280
44Oklahoma4000031,830
45Arkansas0500030,270
46West Virginia5400030,070
47Alabama0100030,000
48New Mexico3500028,390
49Mississippi2800028,020
50Texas4800027,940
51Louisiana2200027,420

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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