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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2020:1

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$2,155,438,206
2Texas48000$1,282,973,201
3New York36000$1,193,400,529
4Florida12000$768,951,410
5Illinois17000$614,715,526
6Pennsylvania42000$576,944,464
7Ohio39000$475,160,338
8New Jersey34000$471,381,575
9Massachusetts25000$445,800,084
10Georgia13000$426,134,737
11North Carolina37000$410,947,339
12Washington53000$403,255,771
13Virginia51000$400,661,369
14Michigan26000$384,376,900
15Colorado08000$296,231,275
16Maryland24000$291,282,644
17Tennessee47000$290,148,736
18Minnesota27000$275,717,011
19Indiana18000$268,065,547
20Arizona04000$264,986,369
21Wisconsin55000$246,843,099
22Missouri29000$243,420,284
23Connecticut09000$197,458,077
24Oregon41000$186,462,118
25South Carolina45000$170,626,649
26Louisiana22000$167,376,202
27Alabama01000$163,283,075
28Kentucky21000$154,073,271
29Oklahoma40000$147,015,536
30Utah49000$135,569,511
31Iowa19000$126,302,985
32Kansas20000$126,201,644
33Nevada32000$124,044,562
34District of Columbia11000$119,845,869
35Arkansas05000$94,593,819
36Nebraska31000$86,784,409
37Mississippi28000$82,866,407
38New Hampshire33000$68,634,311
39New Mexico35000$68,199,577
40Idaho16000$64,402,364
41Hawaii15000$64,179,785
42West Virginia54000$52,052,443
43Maine23000$51,236,737
44Rhode Island44000$45,635,386
45Delaware10000$43,485,679
46North Dakota38000$39,781,300
47South Dakota46000$38,942,303
48Montana30000$38,569,861
49Alaska02000$36,268,723
50Vermont50000$26,499,117
51Wyoming56000$26,475,476

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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