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

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000)
1California06000$1,903,151,321
2Texas48000$1,148,495,127
3New York36000$1,029,234,749
4Florida12000$695,288,921
5Illinois17000$541,056,395
6Pennsylvania42000$506,414,762
7Ohio39000$418,548,558
8New Jersey34000$408,974,951
9Georgia13000$381,643,168
10Massachusetts25000$380,501,035
11Washington53000$359,005,744
12North Carolina37000$357,381,870
13Virginia51000$354,969,657
14Michigan26000$330,457,748
15Maryland24000$266,204,737
16Colorado08000$256,717,500
17Tennessee47000$244,985,572
18Minnesota27000$242,040,622
19Arizona04000$235,544,097
20Indiana18000$230,938,767
21Wisconsin55000$216,978,902
22Missouri29000$214,837,079
23Connecticut09000$174,554,827
24Oregon41000$160,909,144
25South Carolina45000$153,318,454
26Louisiana22000$145,691,851
27Alabama01000$143,417,230
28Kentucky21000$133,609,226
29Oklahoma40000$126,463,581
30Utah49000$121,349,649
31Iowa19000$116,946,780
32Kansas20000$112,353,803
33District of Columbia11000$107,611,771
34Nevada32000$102,017,307
35Arkansas05000$82,379,852
36Nebraska31000$79,933,359
37Mississippi28000$72,718,484
38New Hampshire33000$58,359,013
39New Mexico35000$58,309,488
40Idaho16000$56,424,971
41Hawaii15000$53,710,623
42West Virginia54000$45,749,893
43Maine23000$45,118,295
44Rhode Island44000$39,605,745
45Delaware10000$38,984,809
46Montana30000$34,559,754
47South Dakota46000$34,092,799
48North Dakota38000$33,627,854
49Alaska02000$32,204,901
50Wyoming56000$22,744,213
51Vermont50000$22,468,765

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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