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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100051,520
2Hawaii1500038,050
3Maine2300037,940
4Minnesota2700037,390
5Iowa1900037,210
6Montana3000037,200
7Vermont5000037,140
8Massachusetts2500037,100
9Nebraska3100036,960
10Louisiana2200036,810
11North Dakota3800036,760
12Mississippi2800036,560
13West Virginia5400036,360
14New Hampshire3300036,300
15Wisconsin5500036,200
16Alaska0200036,060
17Illinois1700035,300
18Kansas2000034,710
19South Carolina4500034,600
20New York3600034,520
21Pennsylvania4200034,330
22Delaware1000034,270
23Connecticut0900034,010
24Virginia5100032,780
25Maryland2400032,110
25Rhode Island4400032,110
27Colorado0800031,860
28Indiana1800031,760
29North Carolina3700031,700
30Alabama0100031,660
31Ohio3900031,320
32Wyoming5600031,220
33Missouri2900030,760
34New Jersey3400030,620
35Washington5300030,500
36Oregon4100030,460
37South Dakota4600030,210
38Michigan2600030,060
39Tennessee4700029,840
40Idaho1600029,750
41California0600029,740
41Oklahoma4000029,740
43Arkansas0500029,670
43Utah4900029,670
45Georgia1300029,630
46Nevada3200029,570
47Kentucky2100029,380
48Texas4800029,330
49Arizona0400029,280
50Florida1200027,860
51New Mexico3500026,410

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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