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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Hawaii1500074,380
2Illinois1700074,000
3Alaska0200062,520
4New Jersey3400062,460
5Massachusetts2500062,070
6Washington5300061,630
7Connecticut0900060,970
8New York3600060,950
9Minnesota2700060,660
10California0600060,460
11District of Columbia1100060,360
12Rhode Island4400059,610
13Oregon4100057,520
14Wisconsin5500057,190
15Missouri2900053,140
16North Dakota3800049,140
17Ohio3900048,950
18Pennsylvania4200048,850
19Michigan2600048,680
20Colorado0800048,650
20Indiana1800048,650
22Wyoming5600048,610
23Nevada3200048,480
24Maryland2400048,370
25Montana3000048,060
26New Hampshire3300048,050
27Iowa1900047,970
28Delaware1000047,940
29Vermont5000047,400
30Arizona0400047,370
31Utah4900047,330
32West Virginia5400047,240
33Maine2300047,100
33Virginia5100047,100
35Nebraska3100046,640
36Kentucky2100046,500
37Kansas2000046,450
38Louisiana2200046,340
39Texas4800045,230
40Georgia1300045,070
41Oklahoma4000045,010
42New Mexico3500044,980
43Idaho1600044,320
44North Carolina3700043,700
45South Dakota4600041,330
46Florida1200039,870
47Tennessee4700039,830
48South Carolina4500038,550
49Alabama0100038,050
50Mississippi2800037,910
51Arkansas0500037,650

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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