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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000101,450
2New Jersey3400082,530
3Maryland2400081,690
4Virginia5100076,720
5California0600075,680
6Connecticut0900075,030
7Massachusetts2500074,250
8Delaware1000073,360
9Alaska0200071,320
10Rhode Island4400070,350
11New Mexico3500068,240
12Washington5300067,170
13Colorado0800066,680
14New York3600066,550
15Hawaii1500065,440
16New Hampshire3300064,710
17Minnesota2700064,590
18Pennsylvania4200064,540
19Illinois1700062,960
20Vermont5000062,030
21Texas4800061,960
22North Dakota3800060,900
23Nevada3200060,390
24Ohio3900060,140
25North Carolina3700059,590
26Oregon4100058,340
27Georgia1300058,170
28Kansas2000058,110
29South Carolina4500057,600
30Wisconsin5500057,470
31Louisiana2200057,270
32Alabama0100056,330
33Tennessee4700056,160
34Maine2300056,090
35Michigan2600056,010
36Arizona0400055,820
37Iowa1900055,400
38Oklahoma4000055,140
39Nebraska3100055,070
40Wyoming5600054,940
41Florida1200054,800
42Utah4900054,610
43Kentucky2100054,080
44Mississippi2800052,720
45Missouri2900052,260
46West Virginia5400052,090
47Indiana1800051,970
48Arkansas0500051,480
49South Dakota4600051,060
50Idaho1600049,770
50Montana3000049,770

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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