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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100062,080
2Massachusetts2500060,500
3Washington5300060,310
4Rhode Island4400059,500
5Alaska0200059,220
6Connecticut0900053,640
7Illinois1700051,410
8Oregon4100051,340
9New Hampshire3300050,750
10New York3600049,620
11Maryland2400049,610
12Iowa1900049,250
13New Jersey3400049,190
14California0600049,090
15North Dakota3800049,030
16Minnesota2700048,930
17Colorado0800048,270
18Vermont5000047,920
19Wisconsin5500047,900
20Montana3000047,810
21Michigan2600047,740
22Nebraska3100047,490
23Ohio3900047,440
24Hawaii1500047,230
25Idaho1600047,020
26Maine2300046,590
26Texas4800046,590
26Virginia5100046,590
29Wyoming5600046,070
30Pennsylvania4200045,930
31Indiana1800045,300
32Utah4900045,220
33Delaware1000044,870
34Arizona0400044,200
35New Mexico3500042,910
36Kansas2000040,690
37South Dakota4600040,190
38Oklahoma4000039,540
39Missouri2900039,290
40Georgia1300039,270
41North Carolina3700039,010
42Nevada3200038,980
43Tennessee4700038,410
44Florida1200038,250
45South Carolina4500037,940
46Alabama0100037,910
47Louisiana2200037,620
48Arkansas0500037,160
48West Virginia5400037,160
50Kentucky2100033,370
51Mississippi2800031,550

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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