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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Massachusetts2500038,230
2District of Columbia1100037,770
3Hawaii1500037,700
4Rhode Island4400037,470
5Vermont5000037,190
6Washington5300036,990
7New York3600036,960
8Connecticut0900036,570
9California0600036,360
10Alaska0200036,300
11Colorado0800035,710
12New Jersey3400035,450
13New Hampshire3300035,380
14Minnesota2700035,100
15Oregon4100034,000
16Maryland2400030,800
17Maine2300030,750
18North Dakota3800030,720
19Illinois1700030,350
20Delaware1000030,070
21Nevada3200030,020
22Arizona0400029,970
22Iowa1900029,970
22Michigan2600029,970
22Montana3000029,970
22Pennsylvania4200029,970
27Wisconsin5500029,860
28Wyoming5600029,820
29Ohio3900029,670
30Nebraska3100029,660
31Utah4900029,640
32South Dakota4600029,390
32Virginia5100029,390
34Indiana1800029,270
35Idaho1600029,260
36Kansas2000029,130
37Missouri2900028,980
38Florida1200028,910
39North Carolina3700028,820
40Georgia1300028,690
41Kentucky2100028,350
41Tennessee4700028,350
43Texas4800028,310
44New Mexico3500027,950
45Oklahoma4000027,470
46South Carolina4500027,390
47West Virginia5400025,470
48Arkansas0500024,800
49Alabama0100024,050
50Louisiana2200023,450
51Mississippi2800023,290

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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