List of U.S. states and territories by median wage and mean wage

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This article contains lists of U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories by annual median wage and annual mean wage.

The first table contains a list of U.S. states and territories by annual median wage. The second table contains a list of U.S. states and territories by annual mean wage.

List of U.S. states and territories by annual median wage[edit]

U.S. states and territories by annual median wage 2018 (in current dollars)
National
rank
State
or territory
Median wage
in US$[1]
Average earnings
in US$[2]
1  District of Columbia $71,690 $115,923
2  Massachusetts $48,680 $76,437
3  Alaska $48,020 $69,789
4  Connecticut $46,920 $74,405
5  Washington $46,100 $74,016
6  New York $44,990 $80,640
7  Maryland $44,690 $69,893
8  New Jersey $43,600 $71,959
9  Minnesota $42,630 $62,156
10  Hawaii $42,480 $59,231
11  California $42,430 $75,400
12  Colorado $42,310 $62,375
13  Rhode Island $42,040 $59,055
14   North Dakota $41,340 $55,447
15  Virginia $40,820 $64,517
16  Wyoming $40,240 $55,018
17  Illinois $39,950 $66,600
18  Delaware $39,900 $62,817
19  New Hampshire $39,870 $62,427
20  Vermont $39,720 $50,826
21  Oregon $39,580 $60,306
22  Pennsylvania $38,450 $64,706
23  Wisconsin $37,970 $56,302
24  Michigan $37,620 $58,132
25  Ohio $37,360 $57,764
26  Nebraska $37,130 $56,147
27  Maine $37,120 $50,441
28  Iowa $37,100 $52,467
29  Texas $37,100 $62,230
30  Arizona $37,020 $57,422
31  Utah $36,790 $54,075
32  Missouri $36,040 $54,580
33  Georgia $35,950 $58,280
34  Kansas $35,950 $54,109
35  North Carolina $35,750 $56,343
36  Indiana $35,730 $56,754
37  Nevada $35,550 $54,842
38  Montana $35,080 $46,424
39  Tennessee $34,890 $59,121
40  Kentucky $34,650 $50,701
41  Florida $34,560 $52,728
42  Oklahoma $34,560 $55,204
43  Idaho $34,260 $49,763
44  New Mexico $34,120 $50,893
45  South Carolina $33,750 $51,670
46  Alabama $33,740 $51,347
47  South Dakota $33,450 $49,827
48  Louisiana $33,390 $53,095
49  West Virginia $32,640 $51,679
50  Arkansas $31,850 $48,164
51  Mississippi $30,580 $44,285
52  Puerto Rico $20,100[3] No data
 American Samoa No data No data
 Guam No data No data
 Northern Mariana Islands No data No data
 U.S. Virgin Islands No data No data

List of U.S. states and territories by annual mean wage[edit]

Note: American Samoa and the Northern Mariana Islands are missing data in this table.

U.S. states and territories by mean annual wage 2018 (in current dollars)
National
rank
State
or territory
Mean wage
in US$[4]
1  District of Columbia $87,920
2  Massachusetts $63,910
3  New York $61,870
4  Connecticut $60,780
5  Washington $59,410
6  California $59,150
7  Maryland $58,770
8  Alaska $58,710
9  New Jersey $58,210
10  Colorado $55,820
11  Virginia $55,310
12  Rhode Island $54,810
13  Minnesota $54,200
14  Illinois $53,790
15  Delaware $53,320
16  Hawaii $52,900
17  New Hampshire $52,350
18  Oregon $52,000
19  Vermont $50,150
20  Pennsylvania $50,030
21  Texas $49,720
22   North Dakota $49,620
23  Michigan $49,510
24  Arizona $49,290
25  Wyoming $48,630
26 Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia $48,280
27  Ohio $48,220
28  Utah $47,920
29  Wisconsin $47,350
30  North Carolina $47,200
31  Maine $46,810
32  Nebraska $46,710
33  Missouri $46,460
34  Nevada $46,170
35  Iowa $46,150
36  Florida $46,010
37  New Mexico $45,400
38  Indiana $45,290
39  Kansas $45,280
40  Tennessee $44,660
41  Oklahoma $44,220
42  Montana $43,860
43  Alabama $43,790
44  Idaho $43,480
45  Kentucky $43,210
46  South Carolina $43,210
47  U.S. Virgin Islands $42,870
48  Louisiana $42,660
49  West Virginia $42,370
50  South Dakota $41,800
51  Arkansas $41,540
52  Mississippi $39,420
53  Guam $36,550
54  Puerto Rico $29,460
 American Samoa No data
 Northern Mariana Islands No data

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Occupational Median Annual Wage in 2018". www.statsamerica.org. Retrieved 2019-06-10.
  2. ^ "Earnings by place of work: Average Earnings Per Job in 2018". www.statsamerica.org. Retrieved 2019-06-10.
  3. ^ http://www.salaryexplorer.com/salary-survey.php?loc=175&loctype=1 Salaryexplorer.com. Average Salary in Puerto Rico 2019. Retrieved June 2019.
  4. ^ https://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oessrcst.htm
    Bureau of Labor Statistics. Occupational Employment Statistics. May 2018 State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates. Retrieved June 2019