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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2023

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200049,180
2Washington5300047,150
3North Dakota3800046,920
4New York3600045,680
5Minnesota2700045,440
6District of Columbia1100045,230
7Delaware1000044,890
8Wyoming5600044,820
9Colorado0800044,280
10California0600044,200
11Hawaii1500044,040
12Massachusetts2500043,380
13Oregon4100043,310
14Iowa1900043,260
15Montana3000042,240
16Wisconsin5500042,170
17Pennsylvania4200041,600
18Maryland2400041,510
19New Jersey3400041,450
20Nebraska3100041,170
21Kansas2000041,150
22Utah4900041,070
23Kentucky2100040,670
24Virginia5100040,600
25Vermont5000040,580
26Arizona0400040,280
27Illinois1700040,180
28Maine2300040,050
29Indiana1800039,880
30New Hampshire3300039,430
31Connecticut0900039,240
31Rhode Island4400039,240
33Michigan2600039,020
34Ohio3900038,970
35Idaho1600038,890
36Georgia1300038,660
37Missouri2900038,640
38Texas4800038,550
39Nevada3200038,530
40New Mexico3500038,440
41South Dakota4600038,030
42Tennessee4700037,780
43Florida1200036,950
44South Carolina4500036,920
45Arkansas0500036,730
46Louisiana2200036,720
47North Carolina3700036,530
48Alabama0100036,420
49Mississippi2800036,260
50Oklahoma4000036,240
51West Virginia5400035,500

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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