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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2018:2

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$1,823,287,571
2Texas48000$1,120,288,124
3New York36000$1,035,508,596
4Florida12000$652,496,355
5Illinois17000$541,713,613
6Pennsylvania42000$506,458,901
7Ohio39000$414,023,527
8New Jersey34000$405,970,155
9Massachusetts25000$376,476,377
10Georgia13000$365,842,578
11Virginia51000$343,946,780
12North Carolina37000$343,771,140
13Michigan26000$336,533,032
14Washington53000$333,489,899
15Maryland24000$260,792,243
16Colorado08000$244,553,099
17Minnesota27000$240,213,379
18Tennessee47000$240,099,332
19Indiana18000$228,083,832
20Arizona04000$219,927,437
21Wisconsin55000$213,505,991
22Missouri29000$210,895,793
23Connecticut09000$176,480,381
24Oregon41000$155,803,086
25Louisiana22000$149,857,282
26South Carolina45000$148,187,988
27Alabama01000$139,143,861
28Kentucky21000$131,832,100
29Oklahoma40000$127,417,384
30Iowa19000$113,069,368
31Utah49000$111,002,129
32Kansas20000$108,578,266
33District of Columbia11000$105,255,254
34Nevada32000$101,394,998
35Arkansas05000$80,371,333
36Nebraska31000$76,027,288
37Mississippi28000$72,164,307
38New Mexico35000$57,537,855
39Hawaii15000$57,232,914
40New Hampshire33000$56,936,016
41Idaho16000$51,694,414
42West Virginia54000$47,536,090
43Maine23000$43,610,196
44Rhode Island44000$39,384,131
45Delaware10000$38,488,965
46North Dakota38000$33,747,853
47Montana30000$32,555,723
48Alaska02000$32,287,342
49South Dakota46000$31,678,894
50Wyoming56000$23,141,940
51Vermont50000$22,724,700

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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