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Annual Earnings and Income in 2017 (2020 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000)
1California06000$1,787,549,910
2Texas48000$1,081,277,794
3New York36000$1,015,401,658
4Florida12000$635,846,851
5Illinois17000$531,494,779
6Pennsylvania42000$502,517,450
7Ohio39000$412,319,096
8New Jersey34000$401,876,102
9Massachusetts25000$369,215,109
10Georgia13000$358,973,594
11Virginia51000$340,562,002
12North Carolina37000$337,352,273
13Michigan26000$334,344,670
14Washington53000$318,905,148
15Maryland24000$262,195,729
16Minnesota27000$236,792,815
17Colorado08000$236,419,985
18Tennessee47000$236,115,765
19Indiana18000$224,058,803
20Arizona04000$213,016,969
21Wisconsin55000$211,274,737
22Missouri29000$208,482,439
23Connecticut09000$178,497,679
24Oregon41000$151,170,027
25Louisiana22000$146,940,740
26South Carolina45000$146,201,922
27Alabama01000$137,284,006
28Kentucky21000$131,292,550
29Oklahoma40000$125,303,933
30Iowa19000$111,177,440
31Kansas20000$106,985,106
32Utah49000$106,091,001
33District of Columbia11000$104,406,157
34Nevada32000$98,516,579
35Arkansas05000$80,701,054
36Nebraska31000$75,566,750
37Mississippi28000$72,046,672
38Hawaii15000$56,620,997
39New Mexico35000$56,594,151
40New Hampshire33000$56,075,954
41Idaho16000$49,689,413
42West Virginia54000$45,809,486
43Maine23000$42,817,724
44Rhode Island44000$39,252,298
45Delaware10000$37,663,691
46North Dakota38000$33,155,726
47Alaska02000$32,341,253
48Montana30000$32,048,416
49South Dakota46000$30,994,995
50Vermont50000$22,565,583
51Wyoming56000$22,272,566

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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