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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Hawaii1500078,400
2Illinois1700076,370
3Massachusetts2500076,150
4Washington5300071,330
5New Jersey3400069,630
6Alaska0200069,370
7Minnesota2700065,770
8California0600064,640
9New York3600064,000
10Connecticut0900063,250
11District of Columbia1100063,000
12Rhode Island4400062,110
13Oregon4100061,500
14Wisconsin5500060,670
15North Dakota3800060,110
16Nevada3200060,070
17Ohio3900059,340
18Indiana1800058,660
19Missouri2900058,300
20Colorado0800058,030
21Michigan2600057,790
22Delaware1000057,760
23Pennsylvania4200057,390
24Montana3000056,960
25Maryland2400056,880
26New Hampshire3300056,260
27Iowa1900054,230
28Wyoming5600053,780
29Maine2300052,000
29Vermont5000052,000
31Arizona0400051,840
32Utah4900050,740
33West Virginia5400050,130
34Virginia5100049,420
35Kentucky2100049,190
36Louisiana2200048,630
37Kansas2000048,550
38Nebraska3100048,540
39Idaho1600047,950
40Georgia1300047,770
41North Carolina3700047,440
42Texas4800047,370
43Florida1200047,270
43Tennessee4700047,270
45South Dakota4600047,240
46Oklahoma4000047,220
47New Mexico3500046,930
48South Carolina4500046,750
49Alabama0100045,930
50Mississippi2800043,910
51Arkansas0500043,680

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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