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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100035,530
2Washington5300034,830
3Massachusetts2500030,980
4California0600030,910
5New York3600030,520
6Hawaii1500030,140
7Vermont5000029,950
8Colorado0800029,910
8Maine2300029,910
10Oregon4100029,670
11Arizona0400029,500
12Alaska0200029,420
13Connecticut0900029,340
14New Jersey3400029,230
15North Dakota3800029,030
16New Hampshire3300028,630
17Minnesota2700028,580
18Maryland2400028,560
18Rhode Island4400028,560
20Delaware1000027,320
21Michigan2600026,920
22Illinois1700026,840
23Utah4900025,020
24Florida1200024,960
25Virginia5100024,470
26Missouri2900024,400
26Wyoming5600024,400
28Pennsylvania4200024,130
29Nebraska3100023,990
30Iowa1900023,970
30South Dakota4600023,970
32Nevada3200023,780
33New Mexico3500023,750
34Arkansas0500023,700
35Wisconsin5500023,650
36Indiana1800023,610
37Montana3000023,370
38Texas4800022,980
39North Carolina3700022,860
40Kansas2000022,820
41Ohio3900022,800
42Idaho1600022,710
43South Carolina4500022,660
44Tennessee4700022,540
45Kentucky2100022,510
46Georgia1300022,340
47Oklahoma4000022,290
48West Virginia5400022,260
49Alabama0100020,690
50Louisiana2200019,810
51Mississippi2800018,860

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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