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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2017

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Illinois1700065,620
2Alaska0200064,550
3Hawaii1500064,300
4New York3600057,550
5Massachusetts2500057,450
6New Jersey3400056,200
7Minnesota2700055,690
8Connecticut0900055,020
9Washington5300054,060
10California0600053,440
11District of Columbia1100052,450
12North Dakota3800050,880
13Rhode Island4400050,810
14Missouri2900049,840
15Wisconsin5500049,570
16Oregon4100047,950
17Wyoming5600047,870
18Delaware1000047,290
19Michigan2600047,140
20Nevada3200046,500
20Ohio3900046,500
22Pennsylvania4200046,430
23Montana3000046,240
24Indiana1800045,480
25Maryland2400045,210
26Colorado0800044,950
27New Hampshire3300044,730
28West Virginia5400043,080
29Iowa1900042,880
30Kentucky2100042,300
31Louisiana2200041,980
32Vermont5000041,860
33Utah4900041,280
34Virginia5100040,890
35Arizona0400040,490
36Kansas2000039,910
37Maine2300039,740
38Nebraska3100039,230
39Oklahoma4000038,750
40New Mexico3500038,570
41Texas4800038,420
42Idaho1600037,970
43Tennessee4700037,400
44Alabama0100037,380
45Georgia1300037,340
46North Carolina3700037,060
47South Dakota4600036,910
48South Carolina4500036,550
49Florida1200036,350
50Mississippi2800035,910
51Arkansas0500034,710

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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