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Annual Earnings and Income in 2020 (2023 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000)
1California06000$2,247,916,683
2Texas48000$1,319,587,840
3New York36000$1,214,815,879
4Florida12000$804,928,034
5Illinois17000$637,475,555
6Pennsylvania42000$591,316,887
7Ohio39000$493,362,676
8New Jersey34000$482,971,903
9Massachusetts25000$461,474,526
10Georgia13000$444,331,467
11North Carolina37000$430,543,656
12Washington53000$423,346,421
13Virginia51000$419,343,549
14Michigan26000$394,952,888
15Colorado08000$305,808,004
16Maryland24000$304,032,674
17Tennessee47000$298,352,849
18Minnesota27000$287,626,193
19Arizona04000$283,004,690
20Indiana18000$278,708,929
21Wisconsin55000$259,157,256
22Missouri29000$254,958,781
23Connecticut09000$203,196,975
24Oregon41000$193,760,107
25South Carolina45000$179,538,022
26Louisiana22000$172,163,089
27Alabama01000$170,663,129
28Kentucky21000$160,246,328
29Oklahoma40000$151,815,445
30Utah49000$146,631,370
31Iowa19000$131,886,169
32Kansas20000$130,950,952
33District of Columbia11000$125,280,333
34Nevada32000$122,290,274
35Arkansas05000$98,365,939
36Nebraska31000$91,933,533
37Mississippi28000$86,341,622
38New Hampshire33000$71,153,232
39New Mexico35000$69,703,892
40Idaho16000$69,418,861
41Hawaii15000$63,282,584
42Maine23000$53,916,466
43West Virginia54000$53,541,398
44Rhode Island44000$47,066,219
45Delaware10000$45,165,358
46South Dakota46000$41,902,124
47Montana30000$41,187,441
48North Dakota38000$41,017,763
49Alaska02000$37,231,816
50Vermont50000$27,045,842
51Wyoming56000$26,422,897

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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