Select a State

Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2019:3

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$1,896,980,523
2Texas48000$1,171,735,846
3New York36000$1,065,728,277
4Florida12000$681,598,807
5Illinois17000$550,594,026
6Pennsylvania42000$520,940,768
7Ohio39000$423,929,549
8New Jersey34000$418,845,460
9Massachusetts25000$390,099,451
10Georgia13000$379,170,477
11North Carolina37000$357,144,060
12Virginia51000$355,724,168
13Washington53000$354,658,546
14Michigan26000$342,208,872
15Maryland24000$265,773,181
16Colorado08000$259,885,195
17Tennessee47000$248,862,061
18Minnesota27000$247,273,142
19Indiana18000$233,513,225
20Arizona04000$231,006,541
21Wisconsin55000$219,571,949
22Missouri29000$216,402,529
23Connecticut09000$178,893,886
24Oregon41000$161,649,230
25South Carolina45000$154,262,451
26Louisiana22000$149,787,493
27Alabama01000$143,587,878
28Kentucky21000$135,542,217
29Oklahoma40000$130,864,399
30Iowa19000$117,705,806
31Utah49000$117,045,098
32Kansas20000$113,110,165
33District of Columbia11000$107,302,530
34Nevada32000$106,725,790
35Arkansas05000$82,151,519
36Nebraska31000$79,225,493
37Mississippi28000$73,003,533
38New Mexico35000$60,180,951
39New Hampshire33000$58,576,409
40Hawaii15000$58,197,180
41Idaho16000$54,815,736
42West Virginia54000$47,611,271
43Maine23000$45,219,580
44Rhode Island44000$39,884,136
45Delaware10000$39,642,443
46North Dakota38000$35,020,262
47Montana30000$33,850,892
48South Dakota46000$33,226,774
49Alaska02000$33,187,771
50Wyoming56000$23,862,873
51Vermont50000$23,133,638

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

This page was generated on 7/25/2021 8:36:02 AM