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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2019:4

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$1,936,172,071
2Texas48000$1,183,121,691
3New York36000$1,073,689,136
4Florida12000$691,306,482
5Illinois17000$552,564,268
6Pennsylvania42000$526,498,384
7Ohio39000$428,329,133
8New Jersey34000$421,624,762
9Massachusetts25000$392,467,286
10Georgia13000$382,280,756
11North Carolina37000$361,136,643
12Washington53000$359,661,304
13Virginia51000$359,627,103
14Michigan26000$345,525,462
15Maryland24000$268,921,633
16Colorado08000$261,107,134
17Tennessee47000$250,347,666
18Minnesota27000$249,670,971
19Indiana18000$235,458,402
20Arizona04000$234,717,764
21Wisconsin55000$222,298,796
22Missouri29000$218,137,504
23Connecticut09000$180,797,606
24Oregon41000$164,987,087
25South Carolina45000$156,217,010
26Louisiana22000$152,467,157
27Alabama01000$144,514,417
28Kentucky21000$137,184,110
29Oklahoma40000$130,933,157
30Utah49000$118,877,023
31Iowa19000$117,447,243
32Kansas20000$114,248,659
33District of Columbia11000$108,335,924
34Nevada32000$108,202,992
35Arkansas05000$82,758,067
36Nebraska31000$80,000,968
37Mississippi28000$73,639,698
38New Mexico35000$60,685,390
39Hawaii15000$58,847,011
40New Hampshire33000$58,830,154
41Idaho16000$55,721,947
42West Virginia54000$47,157,626
43Maine23000$45,763,209
44Rhode Island44000$40,341,988
45Delaware10000$39,847,198
46North Dakota38000$35,039,298
47Montana30000$34,303,844
48South Dakota46000$33,499,295
49Alaska02000$33,370,696
50Wyoming56000$23,912,789
51Vermont50000$23,277,252

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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