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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2017:1

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$1,652,167,163
2Texas48000$1,002,889,141
3New York36000$923,288,397
4Florida12000$590,730,639
5Illinois17000$499,662,003
6Pennsylvania42000$465,232,903
7Ohio39000$389,078,510
8New Jersey34000$374,104,094
9Massachusetts25000$342,493,916
10Georgia13000$337,306,091
11Virginia51000$321,410,451
12North Carolina37000$318,778,539
13Michigan26000$317,290,842
14Washington53000$294,699,605
15Maryland24000$245,839,660
16Minnesota27000$226,089,097
17Tennessee47000$222,975,450
18Colorado08000$220,414,921
19Indiana18000$214,268,644
20Wisconsin55000$200,012,828
21Arizona04000$198,954,213
22Missouri29000$193,359,612
23Connecticut09000$165,728,227
24Louisiana22000$139,693,671
25Oregon41000$138,335,770
26South Carolina45000$136,112,658
27Alabama01000$130,724,844
28Kentucky21000$123,672,424
29Oklahoma40000$118,935,005
30Iowa19000$105,450,999
31Kansas20000$100,340,992
32Utah49000$100,129,346
33District of Columbia11000$99,630,400
34Nevada32000$89,903,831
35Arkansas05000$77,606,060
36Nebraska31000$74,053,891
37Mississippi28000$69,479,376
38New Mexico35000$54,167,787
39Hawaii15000$53,258,650
40New Hampshire33000$52,171,760
41Idaho16000$46,860,799
42West Virginia54000$42,979,320
43Maine23000$40,602,740
44Rhode Island44000$37,061,224
45Delaware10000$36,099,470
46North Dakota38000$32,121,674
47Alaska02000$30,903,727
48Montana30000$30,360,324
49South Dakota46000$29,872,459
50Vermont50000$21,411,272
51Wyoming56000$21,177,148

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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