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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100054,840
2Alaska0200053,600
3Massachusetts2500051,820
4Connecticut0900051,070
5Washington5300049,500
6Rhode Island4400049,240
7Oregon4100046,360
8California0600045,780
9Maryland2400044,970
10New York3600044,240
11New Hampshire3300043,860
12Illinois1700043,030
13Arizona0400041,880
14Colorado0800041,420
15New Jersey3400041,160
16Wyoming5600041,090
17Virginia5100040,580
18Hawaii1500040,460
19Minnesota2700040,100
19Montana3000040,100
21North Dakota3800040,020
22Iowa1900039,830
23Texas4800039,290
24Michigan2600039,250
25Nebraska3100039,200
26Ohio3900039,060
27Vermont5000038,270
28Wisconsin5500038,190
29Idaho1600037,150
30Pennsylvania4200036,470
31Utah4900036,250
32New Mexico3500036,010
33South Dakota4600035,790
34Maine2300035,430
35Kansas2000035,390
36Indiana1800035,310
37Oklahoma4000035,040
38Florida1200034,520
39South Carolina4500034,270
40Delaware1000034,140
41Georgia1300033,860
42Nevada3200033,460
43Alabama0100033,320
44Tennessee4700033,120
45North Carolina3700032,900
46Arkansas0500032,740
47Louisiana2200032,700
48Missouri2900032,590
49Kentucky2100031,560
50West Virginia5400029,770
51Mississippi2800028,100

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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