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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100092,910
2New York3600079,240
3New Jersey3400077,380
4Virginia5100076,810
5Maryland2400075,330
6Massachusetts2500074,870
7Connecticut0900074,700
8California0600073,930
9Alaska0200073,480
10Rhode Island4400071,960
11Washington5300071,300
12Delaware1000070,300
13Texas4800070,250
14Colorado0800069,920
15Pennsylvania4200066,020
16Minnesota2700065,840
17North Carolina3700065,530
18Illinois1700065,380
19New Hampshire3300065,010
20Oregon4100064,720
21Alabama0100064,350
22Georgia1300064,210
23Michigan2600063,920
24Hawaii1500063,760
25Ohio3900062,820
26Missouri2900062,220
27Arizona0400061,510
28Nevada3200060,900
29Kansas2000060,550
30Florida1200060,420
31Maine2300060,340
32Vermont5000060,210
33Nebraska3100059,750
34Wyoming5600059,720
35Iowa1900059,710
36Wisconsin5500059,370
37North Dakota3800059,110
38Oklahoma4000058,590
39South Dakota4600058,550
40Utah4900058,360
41New Mexico3500058,220
42Tennessee4700058,050
43Indiana1800057,910
44West Virginia5400056,910
45South Carolina4500056,790
46Kentucky2100056,670
47Idaho1600056,400
48Mississippi2800055,930
49Montana3000055,640
50Arkansas0500055,220
51Louisiana2200054,410

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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