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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000137,130
2New Jersey34000131,230
3New York36000129,840
4Virginia51000123,220
5Delaware10000123,000
6Connecticut09000119,510
7Rhode Island44000119,290
8Maryland24000116,820
9California06000115,350
10Colorado08000113,520
11Massachusetts25000113,210
12Washington53000111,500
13Pennsylvania42000107,630
14North Carolina37000106,590
15Texas48000106,250
16Minnesota27000102,960
17New Hampshire33000101,490
18Michigan26000100,770
19Georgia13000100,740
20Alabama0100096,980
21Illinois1700096,890
22Alaska0200096,870
23Wisconsin5500096,450
24Ohio3900095,170
25Florida1200094,700
26Nevada3200092,970
27South Dakota4600092,810
28Hawaii1500092,600
29Missouri2900092,370
30Oregon4100092,030
31Wyoming5600089,890
32Kansas2000089,050
33North Dakota3800087,320
34South Carolina4500086,790
35Arizona0400085,830
36Nebraska3100085,780
37Vermont5000085,050
38Iowa1900083,820
39New Mexico3500083,640
40Maine2300082,710
41Indiana1800081,220
42Tennessee4700081,140
43Louisiana2200080,590
44Kentucky2100080,470
45Utah4900080,060
46Oklahoma4000079,450
47Montana3000078,580
48West Virginia5400075,390
49Arkansas0500074,250
50Idaho1600070,380
51Mississippi2800067,710

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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