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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2019

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200037,910
2North Dakota3800034,340
3Hawaii1500034,150
4Washington5300033,410
5Massachusetts2500032,750
6Oregon4100032,640
7Rhode Island4400032,210
8Colorado0800032,140
9New Hampshire3300032,060
10Connecticut0900031,860
11Vermont5000031,260
12District of Columbia1100031,230
13New Jersey3400030,770
14Maryland2400030,680
15Wyoming5600030,430
16Minnesota2700030,270
17New York3600029,880
18Iowa1900029,620
19Nevada3200029,610
20Utah4900029,450
21Maine2300029,340
22Delaware1000029,290
23Nebraska3100029,050
24Michigan2600028,990
25California0600028,910
26Montana3000028,900
27South Dakota4600028,650
28Florida1200028,540
29Illinois1700028,470
30Wisconsin5500028,230
31Pennsylvania4200028,140
32Kentucky2100027,930
33Arizona0400027,890
34Indiana1800027,660
35Virginia5100027,490
36Georgia1300027,210
37Ohio3900026,720
38Tennessee4700026,360
39Idaho1600026,300
40North Carolina3700026,120
41Oklahoma4000025,990
42South Carolina4500025,660
43Kansas2000025,470
44Missouri2900024,530
45New Mexico3500024,500
46Arkansas0500024,480
47Alabama0100023,690
48Texas4800023,380
49West Virginia5400023,310
50Mississippi2800022,570
51Louisiana2200021,790

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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