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All States State:  Drag the map with your mouse, or double-click to center. Click on an icon to select a location. You can also click the icons next to each listing. shows the highest 1/3 salary, is the middle 1/3 and is the lowest 1/3.
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Pics State▼ High Average Low
Alabama $1,353,337 $61,320 $19,241
Alaska $520,000 $65,302 $20,442
Arizona $1,686,750 $63,860 $20,372
Arkansas $1,320,000 $67,612 $19,464
California $1,999,296 $69,803 $18,456
Colorado $1,653,000 $64,420 $21,236
Connecticut $2,023,031 $67,294 $20,936
Delaware $1,677,000 $62,016 $21,336
District of Columbia $1,726,400 $61,761 $20,159
Florida $1,992,771 $57,152 $18,976
Georgia $1,986,462 $59,090 $21,394
Hawaii $819,000 $54,960 $19,452
Idaho $1,110,000 $69,146 $19,208
Illinois $2,011,971 $62,252 $21,358
Indiana $1,693,120 $64,097 $19,163
Iowa $1,909,957 $66,507 $20,315
Kansas $1,749,996 $60,569 $21,762
Kentucky $1,350,000 $66,121 $20,271
Louisiana $1,586,000 $56,916 $19,418
Maine $896,064 $72,089 $19,550
Maryland $1,690,000 $60,330 $21,153
Massachusetts $1,872,000 $66,312 $19,912
Michigan $1,865,000 $62,500 $21,955
Minnesota $1,300,000 $67,500 $21,465
Mississippi $1,750,000 $66,247 $18,310
Missouri $1,956,760 $65,885 $20,858
Montana $1,320,000 $58,749 $18,704
Nebraska $1,700,000 $64,394 $20,020
Nevada $1,040,000 $66,673 $21,886
New Hampshire $1,000,000 $62,950 $21,812
New Jersey $2,044,668 $63,240 $20,082
New Mexico $1,250,000 $69,436 $20,155
New York $1,933,290 $72,551 $21,038
North Carolina $1,950,000 $62,999 $20,641
North Dakota $650,000 $83,445 $21,548
Ohio $2,010,817 $62,831 $19,526
Oklahoma $1,000,000 $55,863 $19,622
Oregon $1,750,000 $69,538 $18,239
Pennsylvania $1,872,000 $64,081 $21,850
Rhode Island $1,079,000 $70,949 $18,338
South Carolina $1,973,409 $61,723 $20,979
South Dakota $840,000 $72,440 $19,016
Tennessee $1,562,000 $60,185 $18,501
Texas $1,939,426 $63,492 $20,283
Utah $1,221,040 $61,031 $20,871
Vermont $625,000 $58,991 $19,598
Virginia $1,796,600 $60,437 $18,932
Washington $1,950,000 $78,754 $19,875
West Virginia $1,300,000 $81,691 $19,436
Wisconsin $1,872,000 $65,433 $21,321
Wyoming $1,624,480 $66,818 $19,284