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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2020:4

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$1,956,118,843
2Texas48000$1,172,247,406
3New York36000$1,043,360,650
4Florida12000$715,357,132
5Illinois17000$552,615,666
6Pennsylvania42000$517,302,326
7Ohio39000$430,273,894
8New Jersey34000$417,747,041
9Georgia13000$391,293,464
10Massachusetts25000$386,785,064
11Washington53000$369,030,696
12North Carolina37000$368,289,778
13Virginia51000$363,122,567
14Michigan26000$340,717,705
15Maryland24000$272,975,095
16Colorado08000$261,964,927
17Tennessee47000$252,473,241
18Minnesota27000$247,649,797
19Arizona04000$241,707,040
20Indiana18000$240,240,004
21Wisconsin55000$222,061,334
22Missouri29000$220,689,757
23Connecticut09000$178,010,579
24Oregon41000$163,667,272
25South Carolina45000$158,077,665
26Alabama01000$147,600,860
27Louisiana22000$147,171,781
28Kentucky21000$137,677,188
29Oklahoma40000$127,714,763
30Utah49000$125,598,791
31Iowa19000$122,335,581
32Kansas20000$116,943,156
33District of Columbia11000$108,512,068
34Nevada32000$103,874,642
35Arkansas05000$84,935,612
36Nebraska31000$84,227,770
37Mississippi28000$74,932,608
38New Hampshire33000$59,804,869
39Idaho16000$58,963,144
40New Mexico35000$58,820,658
41Hawaii15000$53,026,548
42West Virginia54000$46,412,621
43Maine23000$46,204,628
44Delaware10000$40,446,279
45Rhode Island44000$40,398,780
46South Dakota46000$36,441,658
47Montana30000$36,323,926
48North Dakota38000$34,845,062
49Alaska02000$32,313,710
50Vermont50000$22,929,963
51Wyoming56000$22,915,583

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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