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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000132,370
2New Jersey34000129,080
3New York36000126,490
4Delaware10000123,090
5Virginia51000119,770
6Connecticut09000116,840
7Rhode Island44000115,170
8Maryland24000114,710
9California06000112,900
10Colorado08000111,100
11Massachusetts25000110,580
12Washington53000108,810
13Pennsylvania42000105,780
14North Carolina37000104,460
15Texas48000104,370
16Florida12000101,220
17Minnesota27000100,290
18New Hampshire3300099,930
19Georgia1300098,170
20Michigan2600097,300
21Alaska0200096,770
22Alabama0100095,870
23Illinois1700095,430
24Ohio3900092,650
25Wisconsin5500092,090
26South Dakota4600091,800
27Missouri2900090,940
28Oregon4100089,250
29Vermont5000088,670
30North Dakota3800087,270
31Nevada3200087,260
32Wyoming5600087,130
33Nebraska3100087,040
34Kansas2000086,480
35Arizona0400085,300
36Hawaii1500084,470
37South Carolina4500083,100
38New Mexico3500081,330
39Maine2300080,520
40Iowa1900080,340
41Kentucky2100080,140
42Utah4900079,430
43Indiana1800079,340
44Louisiana2200079,100
45Oklahoma4000077,810
46Tennessee4700077,680
47Montana3000076,470
48West Virginia5400073,990
49Arkansas0500073,230
50Idaho1600069,580
51Mississippi2800067,390

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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