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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000104,000
2Washington53000102,080
3California0600099,180
4Virginia5100095,780
5Maryland2400094,060
6Massachusetts2500093,170
7Delaware1000091,670
8Colorado0800091,470
9New Jersey3400090,280
10Connecticut0900086,680
11New York3600085,290
12Rhode Island4400084,110
13Texas4800082,690
14Illinois1700082,320
15North Carolina3700081,790
16Minnesota2700081,640
17Georgia1300080,990
18New Hampshire3300080,900
19Oregon4100078,460
20Alaska0200077,220
21Pennsylvania4200076,560
22Arizona0400076,480
23Ohio3900075,700
24Alabama0100075,630
25Missouri2900075,470
26Hawaii1500074,620
27Michigan2600073,580
28Utah4900073,370
29New Mexico3500072,220
30Nebraska3100071,510
31Iowa1900071,330
32Vermont5000070,810
33Nevada3200070,300
34Wisconsin5500070,030
35Florida1200069,840
36Maine2300068,410
37Indiana1800068,130
38Kansas2000067,990
38Tennessee4700067,990
40South Carolina4500066,270
41Kentucky2100065,160
42Arkansas0500064,830
43Idaho1600063,840
44North Dakota3800063,640
45Oklahoma4000063,450
46West Virginia5400062,380
47Mississippi2800060,560
48South Dakota4600059,550
49Montana3000058,770
50Wyoming5600058,570
51Louisiana2200057,660

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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