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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100052,390
2Louisiana2200046,490
3North Dakota3800045,320
4Minnesota2700044,870
5Maine2300044,200
6Vermont5000044,080
7Alaska0200043,890
8Nebraska3100043,800
9Iowa1900042,690
10Massachusetts2500042,300
11Hawaii1500040,600
12Montana3000040,470
13Ohio3900040,430
14Illinois1700040,320
15Indiana1800039,820
16New Hampshire3300039,500
17Wisconsin5500039,260
18Utah4900038,860
19Virginia5100038,580
20New York3600038,390
21Pennsylvania4200038,290
22Colorado0800038,060
23South Carolina4500037,740
24Michigan2600037,680
25South Dakota4600037,590
26Mississippi2800037,560
27Kansas2000037,450
28Washington5300037,200
29Alabama0100037,100
30Delaware1000037,080
31Kentucky2100036,980
32Missouri2900036,940
33Georgia1300036,840
34Maryland2400036,690
35Nevada3200036,570
36Arkansas0500036,500
37North Carolina3700036,290
38Oregon4100035,690
39New Jersey3400035,610
40Wyoming5600035,540
41Rhode Island4400035,520
42Idaho1600035,460
43Connecticut0900035,350
44Oklahoma4000035,170
45West Virginia5400035,050
46California0600035,020
47Texas4800034,570
48Tennessee4700034,110
49Arizona0400033,590
50New Mexico3500032,870
51Florida1200029,750

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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