Often accused of being a weak generation and having a sense of entitlement, a new study looks at exactly how much money Millennials actually make.

Defined by the Pew Research Center as Americans born between 1981 and 1997, Millennials are in a tough economic time, with an all-time high for student debts and highly competitive job market.  Though younger Millennials are still in college and likely only working part-time, its clear to see Millennials make far less than the median income in each state.  According to Business Insider, the median income of all employees vs. the median income of working Millennials is,

  • Alabama - $31,000 vs. $20,000
  • Alaska - $44,000 vs. $27,500
  • Arizona - $33,000 vs. $20,800
  • Arkansas - $30,000 vs. $20,000
  • California - $35,000 vs. $21,900
  • Colorado - $38,000 vs. $24,000
  • Connecticut - $44,000 vs. $23,300
  • Delaware - $38,000 vs. $25,000
  • Washington D.C. - $55,000 vs. $43,000
  • Florida - $30,000 vs. $20,000
  • Georgia - $33,000 vs. $20,000
  • Hawaii - $37,000 vs. $25,900
  • Idaho - $30,000 vs. $19,000
  • Illinois - $37,500 vs. $23,000
  • Indiana - $33,000 vs. $20,000
  • Iowa - $35,000 vs. $23,000
  • Kansas - $35,000 vs. $21,000
  • Kentucky - $31,000 vs. $20,000
  • Louisiana - $33,000 vs. $22,000
  • Maine - $33,400 vs. $19,200
  • Maryland - $45,000 vs. $26,000
  • Massachusetts - $44,000 vs. $25,000
  • Michigan - $33,700 vs. $19,300
  • Minnesota - $39,000 vs. $24,000
  • Mississippi - $30,000 vs. $19,400
  • Missouri - $32,900 vs. $20,000
  • Montana - $30,000 vs. $18,000
  • Nebraska - $34,400 vs. $23,000
  • Nevada - $33,000 vs. $24,000
  • New Hampshire - $40,000 vs. $21,000
  • New Jersey - $44,000 vs. $25,000
  • New Mexico - $30,000 vs. $19,200
  • New York - $40,000 vs. $25,000
  • North Carolina - $31,900 vs. $20,000
  • North Dakota - $36,000 vs. $25,000
  • Ohio - $35,000 vs. $20,000
  • Oklahoma - $32,000 vs. $22,000
  • Oregon - $32,000 vs. $20,000
  • Pennsylvania - $36,000 vs. $23,400
  • Rhode Island - $37,200 vs. $20,000
  • South Carolina - $30,000 vs. $19,700
  • South Dakota - $32,200 vs. $21,000
  • Tennessee - $31,000 vs. $20,000
  • Texas - $34,000 vs. $22,000
  • Utah - $31,000 vs. $20,000
  • Vermont - $35,500 vs. $24,000
  • Virginia - $40,000 vs. $25,000
  • Washington - $40,000 vs. $24,000
  • West Virginia - $31,000 vs. $19,000
  • Wisconsin - $35,000 vs. $20,000
  • Wyoming - $37,000 vs. $24,400