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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100062,020
2Wyoming5600049,070
3Alaska0200047,440
4North Dakota3800046,930
5Washington5300046,550
6Connecticut0900046,250
7Hawaii1500045,990
8Louisiana2200045,100
9Massachusetts2500043,110
10Minnesota2700039,160
11New Hampshire3300038,610
12Wisconsin5500038,570
13Pennsylvania4200038,370
14Maine2300038,310
15Colorado0800038,200
15New York3600038,200
15Rhode Island4400038,200
18California0600038,100
18Maryland2400038,100
18Oregon4100038,100
21Indiana1800037,970
22New Jersey3400037,920
22Vermont5000037,920
24Illinois1700037,820
25Michigan2600037,810
26Iowa1900037,750
26Montana3000037,750
26Virginia5100037,750
29Kansas2000037,730
30Arizona0400037,710
30Missouri2900037,710
30Ohio3900037,710
30South Dakota4600037,710
34Nebraska3100037,630
34Nevada3200037,630
34Oklahoma4000037,630
37South Carolina4500037,550
38Kentucky2100037,530
39Utah4900037,450
40Tennessee4700037,370
40West Virginia5400037,370
42Texas4800037,240
43New Mexico3500037,150
44Idaho1600036,740
45North Carolina3700036,410
46Delaware1000036,360
46Florida1200036,360
46Georgia1300036,360
49Arkansas0500036,190
50Mississippi2800036,130
51Alabama0100036,090

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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