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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2020:3

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$2,251,396,257
2Texas48000$1,323,618,996
3New York36000$1,213,329,969
4Florida12000$816,713,376
5Illinois17000$640,483,665
6Pennsylvania42000$594,210,763
7Ohio39000$499,283,174
8New Jersey34000$485,721,927
9Massachusetts25000$457,421,435
10Georgia13000$448,656,342
11North Carolina37000$435,052,792
12Washington53000$430,067,019
13Virginia51000$420,607,000
14Michigan26000$401,499,368
15Colorado08000$307,815,592
16Maryland24000$307,267,071
17Tennessee47000$301,428,518
18Minnesota27000$287,920,861
19Arizona04000$285,910,328
20Indiana18000$282,662,043
21Wisconsin55000$260,109,707
22Missouri29000$256,825,986
23Connecticut09000$204,161,901
24Oregon41000$193,859,235
25South Carolina45000$182,223,391
26Louisiana22000$174,827,999
27Alabama01000$173,361,763
28Kentucky21000$162,520,315
29Oklahoma40000$152,833,110
30Utah49000$148,566,352
31Kansas20000$132,195,388
32Iowa19000$131,941,588
33District of Columbia11000$124,610,949
34Nevada32000$122,392,638
35Arkansas05000$99,052,838
36Nebraska31000$92,565,992
37Mississippi28000$87,425,692
38New Hampshire33000$71,584,592
39Idaho16000$70,836,506
40New Mexico35000$69,605,741
41Hawaii15000$61,853,190
42Maine23000$54,272,702
43West Virginia54000$53,880,520
44Rhode Island44000$47,619,396
45Delaware10000$45,915,783
46South Dakota46000$42,360,312
47Montana30000$41,919,404
48North Dakota38000$40,831,770
49Alaska02000$36,905,314
50Vermont50000$27,217,495
51Wyoming56000$26,335,293

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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