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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100056,860
2Massachusetts2500050,440
3Washington5300050,430
4California0600049,450
5New York3600049,440
6Connecticut0900049,240
7Alaska0200048,850
8Minnesota2700048,110
9New Jersey3400047,740
10Colorado0800047,430
11Rhode Island4400047,000
12Maryland2400046,480
13Oregon4100046,430
14Vermont5000046,140
15New Hampshire3300046,090
16Hawaii1500046,070
17Illinois1700045,390
18Delaware1000045,360
19North Dakota3800045,200
20Wisconsin5500044,370
21Maine2300044,340
22Pennsylvania4200044,110
23Arizona0400044,000
24Michigan2600043,310
25Virginia5100042,970
26Iowa1900042,790
27Ohio3900042,500
28Nevada3200041,700
29Indiana1800041,110
30Utah4900041,040
31Montana3000040,900
32Texas4800040,820
33Wyoming5600040,710
34Florida1200040,680
34North Carolina3700040,680
36Nebraska3100040,630
37Tennessee4700040,490
38Missouri2900040,090
39Georgia1300039,980
40Kansas2000039,270
41Idaho1600039,220
42South Dakota4600038,880
43South Carolina4500038,780
44Kentucky2100038,720
45New Mexico3500038,580
46Oklahoma4000038,440
47Alabama0100037,530
48Louisiana2200037,080
49Arkansas0500036,940
50West Virginia5400036,440
51Mississippi2800035,580

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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