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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Washington5300045,700
2Colorado0800045,550
3New York3600043,900
4District of Columbia1100043,730
5New Jersey3400041,890
6California0600041,620
7Massachusetts2500040,160
8Hawaii1500037,920
9Minnesota2700037,870
10Oregon4100037,740
11New Hampshire3300037,570
12Alaska0200037,540
13Rhode Island4400037,530
14Illinois1700037,490
15Vermont5000037,070
16Utah4900037,020
17Connecticut0900036,870
18Maine2300036,770
19Arizona0400036,600
20Montana3000036,520
21Wisconsin5500036,470
22North Dakota3800036,340
23Delaware1000036,190
24Florida1200036,060
25Idaho1600036,020
26Virginia5100035,980
27Maryland2400035,940
28South Dakota4600035,850
29Michigan2600035,820
30North Carolina3700035,670
31Pennsylvania4200035,570
32Nebraska3100035,300
33Texas4800035,200
34Kansas2000034,980
35Indiana1800034,920
36Wyoming5600034,910
37Nevada3200034,730
37Ohio3900034,730
39Missouri2900034,000
40Georgia1300033,920
41Iowa1900033,860
42Tennessee4700033,440
43South Carolina4500032,960
44New Mexico3500032,000
45Kentucky2100031,600
46Oklahoma4000031,170
47Alabama0100031,150
48Arkansas0500030,370
49Louisiana2200029,700
50West Virginia5400028,610
51Mississippi2800028,250

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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