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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100079,930
2New York3600063,830
3California0600058,300
4Massachusetts2500056,310
5Maryland2400052,860
6New Jersey3400052,620
7Virginia5100052,040
8Rhode Island4400051,980
9Connecticut0900051,880
10Washington5300050,120
11Minnesota2700048,430
12Hawaii1500047,860
13Alaska0200047,570
14Oregon4100047,180
15Nevada3200046,940
16Georgia1300046,390
17Texas4800045,480
18Illinois1700045,370
19Colorado0800044,500
20North Carolina3700043,480
21Pennsylvania4200043,300
22Arizona0400043,010
23Missouri2900042,860
24Florida1200042,750
25Michigan2600042,610
26New Hampshire3300042,340
27Delaware1000041,780
28Utah4900041,410
29New Mexico3500041,150
30Tennessee4700040,570
31Wisconsin5500040,450
32Vermont5000039,730
33Ohio3900039,460
34Arkansas0500038,190
35Kansas2000037,840
36Louisiana2200037,660
37Kentucky2100037,620
38Nebraska3100037,480
39Wyoming5600037,290
40South Carolina4500036,790
41Indiana1800036,640
42North Dakota3800036,210
43Mississippi2800036,060
44West Virginia5400035,990
45Alabama0100035,930
46Oklahoma4000035,900
47Iowa1900034,820
48South Dakota4600034,360
49Maine2300033,730
50Idaho1600033,010
51Montana3000030,800

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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