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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2018:3

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$1,848,050,127
2Texas48000$1,136,712,894
3New York36000$1,049,967,352
4Florida12000$666,214,436
5Illinois17000$545,993,285
6Pennsylvania42000$514,204,162
7Ohio39000$420,759,723
8New Jersey34000$411,368,911
9Massachusetts25000$380,630,245
10Georgia13000$373,140,972
11Virginia51000$348,099,592
12North Carolina37000$346,060,523
13Washington53000$341,530,280
14Michigan26000$339,429,016
15Maryland24000$263,227,345
16Colorado08000$248,620,826
17Tennessee47000$244,561,282
18Minnesota27000$242,659,442
19Indiana18000$230,412,171
20Arizona04000$223,481,498
21Wisconsin55000$216,496,229
22Missouri29000$211,111,152
23Connecticut09000$180,049,441
24Oregon41000$158,591,868
25Louisiana22000$150,599,265
26South Carolina45000$150,270,865
27Alabama01000$140,348,054
28Kentucky21000$133,020,611
29Oklahoma40000$129,275,469
30Iowa19000$113,548,420
31Utah49000$112,498,615
32Kansas20000$109,618,808
33District of Columbia11000$107,183,714
34Nevada32000$102,924,091
35Arkansas05000$81,097,604
36Nebraska31000$76,536,964
37Mississippi28000$72,427,143
38New Mexico35000$58,192,712
39New Hampshire33000$57,732,007
40Hawaii15000$57,604,705
41Idaho16000$52,111,761
42West Virginia54000$48,851,720
43Maine23000$44,083,212
44Rhode Island44000$39,545,412
45Delaware10000$39,301,813
46North Dakota38000$34,168,210
47Alaska02000$32,794,705
48Montana30000$32,772,401
49South Dakota46000$31,961,082
50Wyoming56000$23,494,647
51Vermont50000$22,812,147

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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