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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2022

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100063,540
2Rhode Island4400059,940
3Massachusetts2500059,140
4Washington5300058,560
5Alaska0200056,680
6Oregon4100052,500
7Maryland2400052,390
8Connecticut0900051,980
9Illinois1700051,820
10Minnesota2700051,390
11New York3600050,480
12Colorado0800050,400
12New Hampshire3300050,400
14North Dakota3800049,110
15New Jersey3400048,810
16Hawaii1500048,270
17Wisconsin5500047,940
18Vermont5000047,900
19Michigan2600047,450
20Ohio3900047,200
21Iowa1900047,140
22Nebraska3100047,110
23Idaho1600046,910
24California0600046,840
25Montana3000046,820
26Arizona0400045,810
27Delaware1000045,770
27Virginia5100045,770
29Utah4900045,290
30Wyoming5600044,730
31Texas4800044,640
32Maine2300044,510
33Indiana1800044,460
34Pennsylvania4200044,400
35South Dakota4600043,250
36Kansas2000042,230
37New Mexico3500041,600
38Florida1200040,860
39Missouri2900040,300
40Tennessee4700038,880
41Georgia1300038,580
42North Carolina3700038,360
43South Carolina4500038,210
44Louisiana2200037,940
45Nevada3200037,690
46Arkansas0500037,630
47Oklahoma4000036,950
48Alabama0100036,320
49West Virginia5400035,090
50Kentucky2100034,820
51Mississippi2800032,070

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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