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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Washington53000114,780
2District of Columbia11000110,350
3California06000106,850
4Maryland2400099,750
5Virginia5100099,170
6New Jersey3400098,620
7Massachusetts2500096,570
8Colorado0800094,880
9New York3600092,410
10Delaware1000090,570
11New Hampshire3300090,510
12Connecticut0900090,270
13Minnesota2700087,920
14Illinois1700087,140
15Texas4800086,990
16North Carolina3700086,010
17Georgia1300086,000
18Rhode Island4400085,610
19Oregon4100085,380
20Arizona0400082,510
21Pennsylvania4200081,830
22Alabama0100079,500
23Hawaii1500079,040
24Ohio3900078,880
25Iowa1900077,950
26Utah4900077,480
27Missouri2900077,120
28Michigan2600076,980
29Alaska0200076,940
30Nebraska3100076,510
31Wisconsin5500075,650
32Florida1200075,590
33Maine2300074,550
34Indiana1800073,400
35Nevada3200073,220
36New Mexico3500072,440
37Kansas2000071,570
38South Carolina4500071,190
39Tennessee4700070,630
40Idaho1600069,500
41Vermont5000069,380
42Oklahoma4000068,190
43Kentucky2100067,810
44Arkansas0500065,970
45West Virginia5400065,210
46Mississippi2800064,560
47North Dakota3800063,830
48Louisiana2200063,190
49Montana3000062,780
50South Dakota4600062,450
51Wyoming5600062,420

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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