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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200037,570
2Washington5300037,050
3Hawaii1500036,940
4North Dakota3800036,770
5Rhode Island4400036,590
5Vermont5000036,590
7New Hampshire3300036,420
8Oregon4100036,330
9Massachusetts2500036,300
10Colorado0800036,100
11New Jersey3400036,060
11New York3600036,060
13Connecticut0900035,880
14Maryland2400031,980
15District of Columbia1100031,890
16Maine2300031,130
17Minnesota2700029,990
17Utah4900029,990
19Iowa1900029,960
20Wyoming5600029,920
21Delaware1000029,910
22Illinois1700029,890
23California0600029,880
23Nebraska3100029,880
25Michigan2600029,780
26Nevada3200029,730
27Arizona0400029,720
28Florida1200029,620
28Indiana1800029,620
28Pennsylvania4200029,620
31Wisconsin5500029,610
32Kentucky2100029,540
33Montana3000029,530
34South Dakota4600029,420
35Ohio3900029,410
36Tennessee4700029,220
37Georgia1300029,200
38Virginia5100029,130
39North Carolina3700029,120
40Idaho1600028,870
41South Carolina4500028,810
42Oklahoma4000028,750
43Kansas2000028,600
44Arkansas0500028,250
45Missouri2900027,800
46Texas4800025,660
47Alabama0100025,410
48New Mexico3500024,240
49West Virginia5400023,880
50Mississippi2800023,720
51Louisiana2200023,370

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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