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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100047,480
2Alaska0200046,060
3North Dakota3800044,080
4Washington5300039,430
5Wyoming5600038,830
6Colorado0800038,280
6New York3600038,280
8Minnesota2700038,220
9Hawaii1500038,070
10Massachusetts2500038,010
11Iowa1900037,870
12Oregon4100037,830
13California0600037,810
13Delaware1000037,810
13Nebraska3100037,810
16Montana3000037,670
17Wisconsin5500037,620
18Rhode Island4400037,480
19New Jersey3400037,260
19Vermont5000037,260
21Connecticut0900037,230
22Maryland2400037,100
23Illinois1700037,090
24Nevada3200037,010
25Indiana1800036,980
26Utah4900036,910
27Michigan2600036,900
28Arizona0400036,860
29Ohio3900036,810
30Maine2300036,750
31Pennsylvania4200036,720
32Kansas2000036,590
33Virginia5100036,520
34Idaho1600036,360
35South Dakota4600036,330
36Texas4800036,320
37Kentucky2100036,060
38New Hampshire3300036,040
39Missouri2900036,000
40Louisiana2200034,960
41Georgia1300034,330
42Tennessee4700033,120
43North Carolina3700031,280
44Florida1200031,150
45Oklahoma4000030,850
46New Mexico3500030,830
47Arkansas0500030,680
48South Carolina4500030,640
49Alabama0100030,110
50West Virginia5400030,030
51Mississippi2800030,000

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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