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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Washington5300038,340
2District of Columbia1100037,800
3Vermont5000036,640
4Massachusetts2500035,990
5California0600035,970
6Colorado0800035,670
7New York3600035,660
8Maine2300035,620
9New Jersey3400035,530
10Hawaii1500035,210
11Connecticut0900034,750
12Arizona0400034,000
13Oregon4100033,800
14New Hampshire3300033,700
15Maryland2400033,280
16Rhode Island4400032,170
17Alaska0200032,060
18Illinois1700031,410
19Virginia5100030,630
20Nevada3200030,530
21Minnesota2700030,410
22North Dakota3800030,150
23Delaware1000030,130
24Michigan2600029,970
25Florida1200029,910
26Utah4900029,890
27Nebraska3100029,390
28Iowa1900029,200
29Missouri2900029,170
29Pennsylvania4200029,170
31Wisconsin5500029,110
32South Dakota4600029,070
33Idaho1600028,880
34Tennessee4700028,790
35Ohio3900028,690
36Indiana1800028,600
37New Mexico3500028,420
38Montana3000028,280
38Wyoming5600028,280
40Kansas2000028,230
41Georgia1300028,010
42North Carolina3700027,920
42Texas4800027,920
44Kentucky2100027,280
45Arkansas0500027,180
46South Carolina4500026,930
47West Virginia5400026,380
48Oklahoma4000024,950
49Alabama0100024,270
50Louisiana2200023,590
51Mississippi2800022,370

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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