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).

You can use the drop-down menus to filter by state or by occupation.

Occupation Selected: Eligibility interviewers, government programs

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State Jobs Average
Salary
Rank
Connecticut 840 $53,360 1
Massachusetts 2,140 $44,370 2
New Jersey 1,210 $44,320 3
District of Columbia 320 $42,820 4
Alaska 600 $42,170 5
California 19,450 $42,080 6
Washington 3,350 $42,060 7
Georgia 1,130 $41,720 8
Illinois 1,880 $41,670 9
Colorado 1,880 $41,400 10
Pennsylvania 3,130 $40,820 11
Maryland 1,560 $40,740 12
Nevada 380 $40,600 13
Kentucky 1,150 $40,580 14
Iowa 1,130 $39,650 15
Alabama 1,650 $39,590 16
Minnesota 3,050 $39,460 17
Utah 1,050 $39,180 18
Ohio 4,080 $39,170 19
Hawaii 790 $38,930 20
New York 9,160 $38,910 21
Kansas 1,340 $38,370 22
Delaware 110 $37,290 23
Vermont 120 $37,180 24
Texas 3,380 $37,030 25
Wyoming 270 $37,010 26
Virginia 3,790 $36,260 27
New Mexico 870 $36,130 28
Wisconsin 870 $35,750 29
South Carolina 200 $35,220 30
Louisiana 1,230 $34,670 31
Arizona 2,090 $33,890 32
Florida 3,610 $33,420 33
Idaho 720 $33,020 34
New Hampshire 310 $32,770 35
Oregon 1,320 $32,730 36
Maine 580 $32,340 37
Tennessee 3,760 $31,940 38
Missouri 3,730 $31,890 39
Puerto Rico 870 $31,830
North Dakota 380 $31,470 40
Indiana 1,590 $31,320 41
Oklahoma 620 $31,120 42
Montana 500 $29,930 43
North Carolina 7,840 $29,840 44
Arkansas 440 $29,420 45
Nebraska 440 $29,100 46
South Dakota 550 $28,850 47
West Virginia 1,100 $26,920 48
Mississippi 1,400 $25,660 49