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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100052,240
2New Jersey3400051,050
3Connecticut0900050,920
4Alaska0200049,530
5California0600049,140
6Nevada3200048,970
7Hawaii1500047,710
8New York3600047,580
9Maryland2400046,850
10North Dakota3800046,780
11Washington5300046,520
12Wyoming5600045,610
13Texas4800045,010
14Colorado0800044,910
15Virginia5100044,900
16New Hampshire3300044,090
17Minnesota2700043,790
18Rhode Island4400043,770
19Michigan2600043,480
20Oregon4100043,010
21North Carolina3700042,680
22Illinois1700042,590
23Maine2300042,290
24Massachusetts2500042,180
25Delaware1000042,080
26Ohio3900041,530
27Alabama0100040,900
28Wisconsin5500040,690
29Florida1200040,170
30Louisiana2200040,050
31Idaho1600039,960
31New Mexico3500039,960
33Georgia1300039,780
34Pennsylvania4200038,930
35Arizona0400038,550
35Iowa1900038,550
37Kentucky2100038,130
38South Dakota4600037,980
38Vermont5000037,980
40Indiana1800037,950
41Oklahoma4000037,870
42Kansas2000037,770
43Tennessee4700037,670
44South Carolina4500037,430
45Utah4900037,290
46Missouri2900037,030
47Nebraska3100036,740
48Montana3000036,320
49Arkansas0500035,720
50Mississippi2800035,470
51West Virginia5400034,010

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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