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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Washington5300037,680
2District of Columbia1100037,410
2Massachusetts2500037,410
2New York3600037,410
5Colorado0800037,250
6Rhode Island4400036,620
7California0600036,570
8North Dakota3800036,380
9New Jersey3400036,230
10Alaska0200036,060
11Hawaii1500035,530
11Oregon4100035,530
13Minnesota2700034,450
14New Hampshire3300034,250
15Connecticut0900032,500
16Wisconsin5500031,770
17Maryland2400030,890
18Arizona0400030,230
19Maine2300030,170
20Illinois1700030,100
21Delaware1000030,080
21Vermont5000030,080
23Utah4900029,920
24Michigan2600029,900
25South Dakota4600029,870
25Virginia5100029,870
27Pennsylvania4200029,830
28Nebraska3100029,730
29Montana3000029,680
30Florida1200029,590
31Indiana1800029,570
31Wyoming5600029,570
33Idaho1600029,540
33Ohio3900029,540
33Texas4800029,540
36North Carolina3700029,390
37Kansas2000029,360
38Iowa1900029,350
38Nevada3200029,350
40Georgia1300029,100
41Tennessee4700029,050
42Missouri2900029,020
43New Mexico3500029,010
44Oklahoma4000028,790
45South Carolina4500028,630
46Kentucky2100028,590
47Alabama0100028,380
48Arkansas0500028,350
49Louisiana2200025,320
50West Virginia5400023,890
51Mississippi2800023,500

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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