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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Washington5300043,660
2Alaska0200038,820
3Massachusetts2500038,210
4District of Columbia1100038,120
5Colorado0800037,520
6Vermont5000037,170
7California0600036,980
7Oregon4100036,980
9Hawaii1500036,380
10New York3600036,250
11Minnesota2700035,510
12Maine2300035,380
13Rhode Island4400035,310
14Arizona0400035,270
15Connecticut0900034,990
16New Jersey3400034,880
17Illinois1700034,730
18Maryland2400034,690
19New Hampshire3300034,280
20Virginia5100033,720
21Wisconsin5500033,690
22Utah4900033,110
23Delaware1000031,200
24Montana3000031,160
25Michigan2600030,940
26Idaho1600030,410
27Pennsylvania4200030,340
28Florida1200030,330
29Wyoming5600030,300
30South Dakota4600030,220
31New Mexico3500030,060
32North Carolina3700030,010
32North Dakota3800030,010
34Indiana1800029,840
35Missouri2900029,730
36Ohio3900029,580
37Nebraska3100029,290
38Tennessee4700029,200
39Iowa1900029,140
40South Carolina4500029,120
41Texas4800028,870
42Kentucky2100028,780
43Georgia1300028,760
44Kansas2000028,470
45Arkansas0500028,340
46Nevada3200028,250
47West Virginia5400028,180
48Oklahoma4000027,280
49Alabama0100027,200
50Louisiana2200026,610
51Mississippi2800026,030

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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