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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100049,190
2Massachusetts2500047,530
3Washington5300046,960
4Alaska0200046,920
5New York3600046,910
6Connecticut0900046,890
7California0600046,740
8Rhode Island4400046,370
9Minnesota2700046,190
10New Jersey3400046,050
11Hawaii1500045,840
12Colorado0800043,170
13Maryland2400042,980
14New Hampshire3300040,650
15Oregon4100040,100
16Delaware1000038,940
17Vermont5000038,610
18Illinois1700038,210
19Pennsylvania4200038,060
20North Dakota3800038,050
21Wisconsin5500038,000
22Iowa1900037,850
23Virginia5100037,840
24Maine2300037,720
24Michigan2600037,720
26Ohio3900037,700
27Arizona0400037,640
28Wyoming5600037,500
29Indiana1800037,370
30Nevada3200037,350
31Nebraska3100037,340
32North Carolina3700037,250
33Texas4800037,220
34Florida1200037,080
34Tennessee4700037,080
34Utah4900037,080
37Georgia1300037,040
38Montana3000037,000
39Kansas2000036,890
39Missouri2900036,890
41Kentucky2100036,760
42New Mexico3500036,750
42South Dakota4600036,750
44Idaho1600036,640
45South Carolina4500036,470
46Oklahoma4000036,360
47Alabama0100035,950
48Louisiana2200035,760
49Arkansas0500035,480
50West Virginia5400034,050
51Mississippi2800030,260

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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