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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100056,220
2Alaska0200054,880
3Massachusetts2500053,900
4Connecticut0900052,320
5Washington5300051,960
6California0600047,250
7New Hampshire3300046,840
8Oregon4100046,820
9Maryland2400045,320
10New York3600045,000
11Rhode Island4400044,580
12North Dakota3800043,320
13Illinois1700043,010
14New Jersey3400042,640
15Hawaii1500042,470
16Wyoming5600041,970
17Arizona0400041,870
18Virginia5100041,820
19Montana3000041,810
20Colorado0800041,530
21Minnesota2700041,510
22Wisconsin5500040,940
23Iowa1900040,530
23Texas4800040,530
25Ohio3900039,900
26Michigan2600039,590
27Nebraska3100038,860
28Vermont5000038,690
29Idaho1600038,390
30Utah4900037,540
31Pennsylvania4200037,440
32South Dakota4600037,420
33New Mexico3500036,880
34Maine2300036,670
35Oklahoma4000036,250
36Delaware1000036,050
37Missouri2900036,030
38Kansas2000035,940
39Indiana1800035,840
40Nevada3200035,730
41North Carolina3700035,670
42Georgia1300035,510
43Florida1200034,710
44South Carolina4500034,690
45Alabama0100034,270
46Arkansas0500033,250
47Tennessee4700033,220
48Louisiana2200032,360
49Kentucky2100032,040
50West Virginia5400030,810
51Mississippi2800029,580

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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