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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000141,950
2New York36000138,230
3New Jersey34000135,990
4Connecticut09000126,910
5Delaware10000126,750
6Rhode Island44000126,620
7Virginia51000126,180
8California06000122,070
9Colorado08000119,690
10Maryland24000119,330
11Massachusetts25000118,480
12Washington53000117,630
13Pennsylvania42000109,370
14Minnesota27000108,610
15New Hampshire33000107,620
16North Carolina37000106,630
17Illinois17000103,090
18Wisconsin55000102,640
19Michigan26000101,850
20Texas48000101,790
21Georgia13000100,790
22Hawaii1500098,060
23Ohio3900097,920
24Alaska0200096,650
25Nevada3200095,950
26Oregon4100094,810
27South Dakota4600094,380
28Alabama0100093,660
29Arizona0400093,560
30Missouri2900092,860
31South Carolina4500091,430
32Kansas2000091,270
33Nebraska3100088,850
34North Dakota3800088,690
35Florida1200088,600
36New Mexico3500088,190
37Iowa1900088,150
38Wyoming5600087,750
39Indiana1800087,340
40Maine2300086,340
41Tennessee4700085,420
42Louisiana2200085,380
43Oklahoma4000084,880
44Montana3000083,080
45Vermont5000082,190
46Utah4900081,470
47Kentucky2100079,680
48West Virginia5400077,390
49Arkansas0500076,600
50Idaho1600073,490
51Mississippi2800071,520

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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