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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1District of Columbia1100053,040
2Wyoming5600048,760
3Louisiana2200039,220
4Washington5300038,900
5Connecticut0900038,760
6North Dakota3800038,560
7Alaska0200037,930
8Massachusetts2500036,470
9Pennsylvania4200035,670
10Minnesota2700035,580
11Wisconsin5500035,280
12New Hampshire3300035,100
13Vermont5000035,090
14Maine2300035,000
15Ohio3900034,950
16Kansas2000034,550
17Maryland2400034,420
18Oregon4100034,250
19Hawaii1500034,180
20Rhode Island4400034,100
21West Virginia5400034,090
22New Jersey3400033,880
23South Carolina4500033,820
24Kentucky2100033,790
25New York3600033,730
26Montana3000033,690
27Michigan2600033,580
28Colorado0800033,570
29Indiana1800033,310
30Virginia5100033,250
31Oklahoma4000033,200
32Illinois1700033,170
33Iowa1900033,150
34Nebraska3100033,090
35Missouri2900032,630
36Arizona0400032,590
37Texas4800032,490
38Utah4900032,360
39Idaho1600031,910
40Nevada3200031,610
41New Mexico3500031,380
42Tennessee4700031,200
43South Dakota4600031,170
44California0600030,810
45Delaware1000030,730
46Alabama0100030,640
47North Carolina3700030,350
48Georgia1300030,040
49Mississippi2800030,010
50Arkansas0500029,560
51Florida1200029,460

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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