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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100066,460
2Wyoming5600054,830
3Washington5300048,720
4Louisiana2200048,270
5North Dakota3800048,190
6Connecticut0900047,900
7Alaska0200047,290
8Massachusetts2500046,950
9Colorado0800046,900
10New Hampshire3300046,760
11Hawaii1500046,560
12Oregon4100046,490
13Minnesota2700046,350
14Wisconsin5500046,230
15Maryland2400046,070
16Maine2300045,720
17Rhode Island4400045,670
18Iowa1900045,570
19California0600045,450
20Pennsylvania4200045,310
21New York3600044,790
22Nebraska3100044,780
23Montana3000044,720
24Indiana1800044,610
25Arizona0400044,600
26Vermont5000044,530
27Kansas2000044,240
28Kentucky2100044,180
29Virginia5100043,960
30Ohio3900043,770
31Missouri2900043,400
32Illinois1700043,280
33New Jersey3400043,020
34South Carolina4500042,650
35Michigan2600041,860
35Utah4900041,860
37South Dakota4600041,730
38Oklahoma4000041,450
39Idaho1600041,040
40Nevada3200040,670
41West Virginia5400040,540
42Tennessee4700040,400
43Texas4800039,550
44North Carolina3700039,500
45New Mexico3500039,150
46Georgia1300039,030
47Alabama0100038,480
48Mississippi2800038,410
49Florida1200038,300
50Arkansas0500038,080
51Delaware1000037,340

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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