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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2019:2

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$2,124,127,008
2Texas48000$1,295,288,239
3New York36000$1,193,553,194
4Florida12000$765,117,094
5Illinois17000$616,518,621
6Pennsylvania42000$580,377,811
7Ohio39000$472,658,321
8New Jersey34000$469,776,326
9Massachusetts25000$441,665,548
10Georgia13000$429,361,654
11North Carolina37000$401,534,107
12Virginia51000$396,619,488
13Washington53000$392,332,095
14Michigan26000$384,599,928
15Maryland24000$294,673,054
16Colorado08000$288,362,722
17Tennessee47000$280,862,662
18Minnesota27000$273,493,022
19Indiana18000$262,848,136
20Arizona04000$258,449,880
21Wisconsin55000$246,474,314
22Missouri29000$240,520,484
23Connecticut09000$198,950,824
24Oregon41000$181,021,424
25South Carolina45000$172,542,127
26Louisiana22000$169,400,679
27Alabama01000$160,338,946
28Kentucky21000$152,875,631
29Oklahoma40000$148,019,896
30Utah49000$131,263,588
31Iowa19000$125,314,418
32Kansas20000$124,355,420
33Nevada32000$121,205,868
34District of Columbia11000$119,206,587
35Arkansas05000$91,613,253
36Nebraska31000$85,548,449
37Mississippi28000$81,592,988
38New Mexico35000$67,137,237
39New Hampshire33000$66,710,692
40Hawaii15000$65,017,495
41Idaho16000$61,192,601
42West Virginia54000$54,119,273
43Maine23000$50,104,136
44Rhode Island44000$45,493,773
45Delaware10000$43,815,544
46North Dakota38000$38,336,181
47Montana30000$37,575,347
48South Dakota46000$36,927,597
49Alaska02000$36,696,771
50Wyoming56000$26,405,163
51Vermont50000$25,967,249

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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