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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1California0600085,300
2Hawaii1500084,710
3Alaska0200081,960
4Oregon4100081,210
5District of Columbia1100079,150
6Massachusetts2500079,070
7Nevada3200078,560
8New Jersey3400078,150
9Connecticut0900077,010
10New York3600076,880
11Washington5300075,050
12Rhode Island4400074,410
13Maryland2400073,290
14Minnesota2700071,140
15Colorado0800070,060
16New Hampshire3300069,770
17Delaware1000069,600
18Arizona0400068,730
19Vermont5000065,760
20New Mexico3500065,050
21Illinois1700064,740
22Michigan2600063,410
23Wisconsin5500063,060
24Wyoming5600063,040
25Virginia5100062,870
26Texas4800062,700
27Maine2300062,560
28Pennsylvania4200062,420
29Montana3000061,410
30Idaho1600061,400
31Georgia1300060,330
32Utah4900060,210
33Ohio3900059,860
34Florida1200059,680
35North Carolina3700059,080
36Nebraska3100058,910
37North Dakota3800058,770
38South Carolina4500057,660
39Indiana1800057,560
40Missouri2900056,870
41Kentucky2100056,440
42Iowa1900056,120
43Kansas2000055,730
44Tennessee4700055,020
45South Dakota4600054,970
46Oklahoma4000054,840
47West Virginia5400054,030
48Louisiana2200053,290
49Alabama0100052,530
50Mississippi2800051,990
51Arkansas0500051,160

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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