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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200059,000
2District of Columbia1100053,290
3Wyoming5600051,570
4Hawaii1500051,330
5Massachusetts2500050,940
6New Jersey3400050,190
7North Dakota3800049,650
8Washington5300049,500
9Connecticut0900049,350
10Delaware1000048,110
11Maryland2400048,010
12California0600047,760
13Nevada3200047,540
14New York3600047,440
15Rhode Island4400047,170
16New Hampshire3300046,900
17Illinois1700046,440
18Minnesota2700045,990
19Colorado0800045,730
20Virginia5100045,250
21Oregon4100044,120
22Utah4900043,980
23Vermont5000043,870
24Wisconsin5500043,580
25Michigan2600043,160
26Pennsylvania4200043,130
27Ohio3900042,580
28Kansas2000042,260
29Iowa1900042,170
30Nebraska3100041,960
31Alabama0100041,930
32Maine2300041,860
33North Carolina3700041,500
34Arizona0400041,430
35Indiana1800041,400
36Georgia1300041,100
37South Dakota4600040,920
38Tennessee4700040,910
39Kentucky2100040,850
40Oklahoma4000040,700
41Missouri2900040,530
42Texas4800040,450
43Montana3000039,720
44South Carolina4500039,560
45Idaho1600039,440
46New Mexico3500039,200
47Louisiana2200038,970
48Florida1200038,230
49Mississippi2800037,340
50Arkansas0500037,080
51West Virginia5400035,580

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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