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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200061,020
2District of Columbia1100060,590
3Hawaii1500060,510
4Massachusetts2500059,900
5Washington5300059,810
6New Jersey3400059,110
7Connecticut0900058,970
8Wyoming5600058,820
9New York3600057,090
10California0600056,960
11Minnesota2700051,010
12Maryland2400050,870
13Colorado0800050,160
14Rhode Island4400049,370
15North Dakota3800049,190
16New Hampshire3300049,020
17Delaware1000048,900
18Illinois1700048,630
19Oregon4100048,410
20Virginia5100048,400
21Wisconsin5500048,210
22Pennsylvania4200048,080
23Vermont5000047,960
24Ohio3900047,810
25Michigan2600047,710
26Iowa1900047,620
27Utah4900047,560
28Indiana1800047,550
28Maine2300047,550
30Nebraska3100047,470
31Nevada3200047,430
32Montana3000047,420
33Alabama0100047,380
33North Carolina3700047,380
35Arizona0400047,320
36South Dakota4600047,240
37Kansas2000047,230
38Kentucky2100047,200
39Texas4800047,180
40Georgia1300047,120
41Oklahoma4000047,110
42Tennessee4700047,040
43Missouri2900047,010
44Louisiana2200046,880
45Idaho1600046,650
46New Mexico3500046,450
47Florida1200046,020
48Mississippi2800045,850
49South Carolina4500045,660
50West Virginia5400045,560
51Arkansas0500044,690

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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