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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100036,830
2Massachusetts2500036,550
3Washington5300035,000
4New York3600033,370
5California0600032,020
6Alaska0200030,720
7Oregon4100030,630
8Hawaii1500030,550
9Colorado0800030,450
10Vermont5000030,310
11Connecticut0900030,000
12Rhode Island4400029,860
13Maine2300029,760
13New Jersey3400029,760
15Arizona0400029,730
15Minnesota2700029,730
17Maryland2400029,620
18Illinois1700029,470
19New Hampshire3300029,460
20Virginia5100029,130
21Delaware1000029,120
22Wyoming5600028,830
23Wisconsin5500028,810
24Michigan2600028,560
25Montana3000028,350
25North Dakota3800028,350
27Florida1200028,120
28Utah4900028,100
29South Dakota4600028,040
30Pennsylvania4200027,520
31North Carolina3700027,450
32Missouri2900026,720
33New Mexico3500026,570
34Idaho1600026,040
35Texas4800025,660
36Indiana1800025,030
37Ohio3900024,710
38Nebraska3100024,530
39Tennessee4700024,440
40West Virginia5400024,360
41Kentucky2100024,330
42South Carolina4500024,270
43Iowa1900024,190
44Kansas2000024,040
45Georgia1300023,890
46Arkansas0500023,870
47Nevada3200023,530
48Alabama0100023,340
49Oklahoma4000023,320
50Louisiana2200022,380
51Mississippi2800022,040

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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