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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2017:1

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$1,622,861,642
2Texas48000$984,859,516
3New York36000$903,512,084
4Florida12000$580,441,969
5Illinois17000$490,685,453
6Pennsylvania42000$457,025,327
7Ohio39000$382,537,488
8New Jersey34000$367,710,694
9Massachusetts25000$335,413,503
10Georgia13000$331,074,626
11Virginia51000$315,638,625
12North Carolina37000$312,924,427
13Michigan26000$311,534,485
14Washington53000$289,537,220
15Maryland24000$241,388,782
16Minnesota27000$222,265,154
17Tennessee47000$219,138,842
18Colorado08000$216,455,856
19Indiana18000$210,173,092
20Wisconsin55000$196,589,210
21Arizona04000$195,032,244
22Missouri29000$190,291,382
23Connecticut09000$163,066,585
24Louisiana22000$137,195,150
25Oregon41000$135,644,332
26South Carolina45000$133,558,442
27Alabama01000$128,369,414
28Kentucky21000$121,632,948
29Oklahoma40000$116,356,678
30Iowa19000$104,326,414
31Kansas20000$98,917,188
32Utah49000$98,353,843
33District of Columbia11000$97,883,505
34Nevada32000$88,208,923
35Arkansas05000$76,400,432
36Nebraska31000$73,280,312
37Mississippi28000$68,301,299
38New Mexico35000$53,149,706
39Hawaii15000$52,192,773
40New Hampshire33000$51,246,471
41Idaho16000$46,059,964
42West Virginia54000$42,046,233
43Maine23000$39,784,852
44Rhode Island44000$36,450,408
45Delaware10000$35,403,592
46North Dakota38000$31,459,411
47Alaska02000$30,706,958
48Montana30000$29,835,214
49South Dakota46000$29,229,786
50Vermont50000$21,021,466
51Wyoming56000$20,783,700

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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