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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100056,330
2Connecticut0900053,240
3Hawaii1500050,720
4New Jersey3400050,390
5Nevada3200049,630
6California0600049,360
7North Dakota3800049,000
8Alaska0200048,850
9New York3600047,940
10Washington5300047,670
11Maryland2400047,370
12Wyoming5600046,670
13Colorado0800046,560
14Virginia5100045,770
15Oregon4100045,320
16Texas4800045,230
17Minnesota2700045,190
18Rhode Island4400045,050
19Michigan2600043,880
20North Carolina3700043,520
21Massachusetts2500043,470
22Maine2300043,390
23New Hampshire3300043,330
24Delaware1000043,080
25Illinois1700042,990
26Ohio3900042,680
27Alabama0100042,040
28New Mexico3500041,960
29Georgia1300041,820
30Wisconsin5500041,090
31Idaho1600040,540
31Louisiana2200040,540
33Pennsylvania4200040,380
34Iowa1900039,620
35Tennessee4700039,580
36Florida1200039,460
37Vermont5000039,240
38Arizona0400039,140
39Kentucky2100038,820
40South Carolina4500038,780
41Kansas2000038,610
42Indiana1800038,400
43Utah4900038,240
44South Dakota4600038,080
45Oklahoma4000037,840
46Nebraska3100037,780
47Missouri2900037,350
48Montana3000037,030
49Arkansas0500036,720
50Mississippi2800035,580
51West Virginia5400034,920

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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