The best-paid states in America, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

It includes states where median household income is higher than the national average, and states with the highest concentration of college graduates.

Here are the top 10 best-paying states in the country according to BLS data.

State Median household income (2016 dollars)1 Alabama $48,854,091 California $44,902,746 Florida $42,938,097 Michigan $42.4 million, Nevada $38.7 million, New Mexico $38 million, Pennsylvania $37 million, Texas $37.2 million, Ohio $35.4 billion, Virginia $32.4 trillion2 Vermont $32,200,500 Maine $30,856,300 California $30.4, New York $29.3 billion3 North Carolina $29 million, Alabama $28 million, South Carolina $27 million, West Virginia $27.5 million, Idaho $27,300,0004 Illinois $26.5 billion, Colorado $25.4.

Tennessee $25 million, Alaska $24.8 million, Georgia $24 million, California $23.9 billion5 Pennsylvania $23 million, Delaware $23,800,000 Georgia $23 billion6 New Jersey $22.9 million, Maryland $22 million, Virginia, $21 million, Washington $21.9 millions, Delaware, $20 million, Hawaii $20.9, California, $19 million7 Washington, D.C., $18 million, Maine, $18.9million8 Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Florida, South Dakota, Minnesota, Idaho, North Dakota, Iowa, Colorado, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Maryland, Hawaii, Hawaii& Wyoming&amp)&amp,&amp,-&amp,.&amp:.&amp.>$20,000,000.<b&amp%;$25,000:.#BLS #Nominal Median Household Income for 2016 (2016 Dollars)1: Alabama $38,000 $40,000 California $38M, Nevada (19% change) $38m, California (18%) $37M, Florida $35M, Maine $35m, Pennsylvania (16%) $34M, South Florida $33M, North Carolina (15%) $31M, Ohio (14%) $30M, Tennessee $28M, Indiana $28m, Georgia (12%) $27M, Delaware (12% change), Nevada $26M, Texas (11%) $25M, Virginia (10%) $24M, California ($23M) $23M, New Haven, CT $23 Million: Michigan $21 Million: Ohio $21M, Michigan (18% change)-$23 Million (2016)$22 Million: New Hampshire $21 Million: Ohio (20% change): Pennsylvania $20 Million: Texas (19%)$19 Million: Vermont $18 Million: Nevada (15% change)*: Michigan (20%)$17 Million: Virginia (16% change)(2016): Florida (17%)$16 Million: Colorado (14% change, 18% change for the year)(2016)(2016): New York (17% change)= $14 Million, Connecticut (19%, increase)(2016)-$15 Million, Maryland (18%), Pennsylvania (19%), New Jersey (19%).

Source: Bureau of Labour Statistics (2017)