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Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeMedian Annual Wage
1Alaska0200043,360
2North Dakota3800040,890
3Wyoming5600039,950
4District of Columbia1100037,120
5Washington5300035,300
6Hawaii1500034,630
7Minnesota2700034,540
8New York3600033,900
9Montana3000033,830
10Connecticut0900033,730
11Nebraska3100033,720
12Maryland2400033,710
13Vermont5000033,700
14Colorado0800033,220
15Massachusetts2500033,020
16Wisconsin5500032,780
17Oregon4100032,710
18Iowa1900032,610
19Pennsylvania4200032,210
20Utah4900032,010
21Kansas2000031,650
22Rhode Island4400031,430
23New Hampshire3300031,400
24Virginia5100031,340
25Idaho1600031,060
26Oklahoma4000031,040
27Texas4800030,930
28Maine2300030,690
29Louisiana2200030,570
30Indiana1800030,560
31Michigan2600030,440
31Missouri2900030,440
33New Jersey3400030,350
34California0600030,290
35Nevada3200030,230
36New Mexico3500030,180
37Arizona0400030,150
38Illinois1700030,080
39Kentucky2100029,790
40Ohio3900029,480
41Tennessee4700029,320
42South Dakota4600029,240
43West Virginia5400029,180
44Delaware1000028,820
45Georgia1300028,600
46Arkansas0500028,340
47South Carolina4500028,270
48North Carolina3700028,040
49Florida1200027,770
50Alabama0100027,190
51Mississippi2800027,110

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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