Here's a different take on the Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment and Wage estimates page. I've downloaded all the data and ranked states (for every occupation with at least 100 workers).

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Occupation Selected: Occupational health and safety specialists

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State Jobs Average
Salary
Rank
Alaska 280 $79,700 1
District of Columbia 250 $78,080 2
California 3,820 $67,820 3
Massachusetts 990 $67,230 4
Ohio 1,860 $66,090 5
Maryland 970 $65,870 6
Illinois 1,210 $65,810 7
New Jersey 1,780 $65,610 8
Colorado 660 $64,940 9
Delaware 200 $64,320 10
Wyoming 200 $63,360 11
New Hampshire 170 $62,010 12
Washington 1,650 $61,890 13
Minnesota 1,090 $61,550 14
Hawaii 250 $61,540 15
Nevada 430 $60,750 16
West Virginia 460 $60,320 17
New York 1,940 $59,340 18
Michigan 1,150 $59,150 19
Connecticut 530 $58,870 20
Virginia 1,870 $58,840 21
Maine 170 $58,550 22
Alabama 760 $58,020 23
Arizona 510 $57,430 24
Pennsylvania 1,510 $57,090 25
Idaho 140 $56,850 26
South Dakota 140 $56,240 27
Wisconsin 700 $56,080 28
Texas 3,310 $55,970 29
Florida 1,970 $55,690 30
New Mexico 310 $55,090 31
North Carolina 990 $54,810 32
Utah 530 $54,680 33
North Dakota 110 $54,550 34
Iowa 460 $54,080 35
Kentucky 910 $53,180 36
Missouri 1,020 $52,510 37
Mississippi 280 $52,360 38
Kansas 490 $52,230 39
Oklahoma 670 $52,170 40
Georgia 850 $51,660 41
Louisiana 630 $51,580 42
Montana 190 $51,500 43
Nebraska 310 $51,290 44
Oregon 570 $51,210 45
Arkansas 320 $50,650 46
Indiana 700 $50,500 47
Vermont 120 $48,530 48
South Carolina 1,110 $44,970 49
Puerto Rico 320 $42,100