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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia11000149,790
2New York36000104,290
3California06000101,880
4Massachusetts2500096,130
5Virginia5100091,330
6New Jersey3400090,080
7Alaska0200087,910
8Connecticut0900086,730
9Nevada3200085,520
10Minnesota2700082,900
11Illinois1700081,120
12Delaware1000081,040
13Texas4800081,000
14Washington5300079,500
15Colorado0800079,460
16Pennsylvania4200075,910
17Oregon4100075,060
18Arizona0400074,920
19Rhode Island4400074,740
20Georgia1300072,380
21Michigan2600071,710
22Hawaii1500071,700
23Tennessee4700070,500
24New Hampshire3300067,890
25Vermont5000067,380
26North Dakota3800067,080
27Florida1200066,590
28Ohio3900066,180
29Maryland2400065,770
30Missouri2900064,410
31New Mexico3500063,670
32Alabama0100063,400
33Wyoming5600062,690
34Nebraska3100062,560
35Oklahoma4000062,260
36North Carolina3700061,090
37Indiana1800061,000
38Utah4900060,720
39Mississippi2800060,330
40South Dakota4600059,820
41Wisconsin5500059,760
42Maine2300059,540
43Idaho1600059,470
44Kentucky2100059,310
45Kansas2000058,790
46Louisiana2200058,270
47Iowa1900057,850
48West Virginia5400056,840
49Montana3000056,190
50South Carolina4500055,280
51Arkansas0500053,890

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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