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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2022

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Hawaii1500062,920
2Alaska0200062,180
3Washington5300060,650
4District of Columbia1100060,610
5Massachusetts2500060,290
6New Jersey3400060,050
7Connecticut0900059,700
8California0600059,230
9New York3600057,580
10Wyoming5600056,950
11Rhode Island4400056,590
12Colorado0800056,380
13North Dakota3800056,150
14Minnesota2700056,090
15Maryland2400055,080
16New Hampshire3300053,270
17Oregon4100052,460
18Delaware1000052,250
19Illinois1700051,640
20Wisconsin5500051,430
21Virginia5100050,800
22Pennsylvania4200050,700
23Nevada3200050,340
24Iowa1900050,210
25Vermont5000050,120
26Indiana1800049,920
27Maine2300049,710
28Ohio3900049,380
29Michigan2600049,280
30Utah4900049,270
31Kentucky2100049,230
32Montana3000049,020
33Nebraska3100048,980
34Alabama0100048,950
35South Dakota4600048,920
36Kansas2000048,770
37North Carolina3700048,420
38Arizona0400048,160
38Missouri2900048,160
40Georgia1300047,950
41Texas4800047,680
42Tennessee4700047,660
43Oklahoma4000047,510
44Louisiana2200047,480
45Idaho1600047,460
46South Carolina4500046,760
47Florida1200046,230
48Mississippi2800045,930
49New Mexico3500045,770
50Arkansas0500045,090
51West Virginia5400044,780

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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