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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000106,240
2Washington53000104,360
3California06000100,480
4Virginia5100097,390
5Maryland2400095,840
6New Jersey3400094,830
7Colorado0800092,520
8Massachusetts2500092,400
9Delaware1000090,040
10Connecticut0900088,330
11New York3600087,930
12Texas4800085,020
13North Carolina3700084,120
14Illinois1700083,470
15Rhode Island4400083,280
16Oregon4100082,940
17Minnesota2700082,620
18New Hampshire3300082,050
19Georgia1300081,930
20Arizona0400079,550
21Pennsylvania4200078,580
22Alabama0100077,590
23Hawaii1500077,450
24Alaska0200076,800
25Ohio3900076,730
26Missouri2900076,030
27Utah4900075,810
28Michigan2600075,670
29Iowa1900074,000
30Nebraska3100073,820
31New Mexico3500072,670
32Nevada3200072,260
33Wisconsin5500071,680
34Florida1200071,670
35Tennessee4700070,140
36Maine2300069,910
37Kansas2000069,460
38Vermont5000069,250
39Indiana1800069,080
40South Carolina4500068,200
41Idaho1600066,290
42Kentucky2100065,270
43Oklahoma4000064,980
44Arkansas0500064,850
45West Virginia5400063,210
46North Dakota3800062,770
47Mississippi2800061,900
48Wyoming5600060,380
49South Dakota4600060,090
50Montana3000059,070
51Louisiana2200058,510

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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