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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Hawaii1500044,740
2Massachusetts2500044,160
3Washington5300042,210
4New York3600040,130
5California0600039,230
6District of Columbia1100038,800
7Rhode Island4400038,580
8Colorado0800038,570
9New Hampshire3300038,550
10Vermont5000038,190
11Minnesota2700037,990
12New Jersey3400037,840
13Nevada3200037,770
14Connecticut0900037,720
15Oregon4100037,520
16Maine2300037,200
17Alaska0200037,180
18Illinois1700037,030
19Maryland2400036,620
20Montana3000035,890
21Arizona0400035,750
22North Dakota3800035,610
23Pennsylvania4200035,500
24Michigan2600035,400
25Iowa1900035,190
26Indiana1800035,170
27Wisconsin5500035,120
28Utah4900035,050
29Delaware1000035,000
30Idaho1600034,860
31Ohio3900034,720
32Virginia5100034,100
33Nebraska3100033,960
34Missouri2900033,930
35Wyoming5600033,500
36Florida1200033,430
37Kansas2000032,870
38Georgia1300032,690
39North Carolina3700032,420
40Tennessee4700032,390
41South Dakota4600032,240
42New Mexico3500031,200
43South Carolina4500030,830
44Texas4800030,800
45Kentucky2100030,520
46Oklahoma4000029,710
47Alabama0100029,400
48Arkansas0500029,120
49West Virginia5400028,980
50Louisiana2200027,220
51Mississippi2800026,650

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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