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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2021:2

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$2,328,203,940
2Texas48000$1,359,144,114
3New York36000$1,230,993,644
4Florida12000$854,572,015
5Illinois17000$651,230,553
6Pennsylvania42000$592,910,759
7Ohio39000$497,915,009
8New Jersey34000$483,829,054
9Massachusetts25000$470,672,190
10Georgia13000$459,950,588
11North Carolina37000$443,948,101
12Washington53000$439,748,147
13Virginia51000$428,541,655
14Michigan26000$407,132,141
15Colorado08000$318,076,862
16Tennessee47000$310,700,076
17Maryland24000$304,114,830
18Minnesota27000$297,368,990
19Arizona04000$290,541,792
20Indiana18000$289,470,340
21Wisconsin55000$262,069,206
22Missouri29000$258,235,576
23Connecticut09000$203,332,141
24Oregon41000$200,383,990
25South Carolina45000$184,087,398
26Louisiana22000$174,678,942
27Alabama01000$174,193,047
28Kentucky21000$164,862,391
29Oklahoma40000$156,083,962
30Utah49000$151,217,445
31Iowa19000$141,664,443
32Kansas20000$131,797,066
33Nevada32000$131,774,354
34District of Columbia11000$125,881,720
35Arkansas05000$102,773,151
36Nebraska31000$97,670,393
37Mississippi28000$90,287,074
38New Hampshire33000$76,920,194
39Idaho16000$72,055,814
40New Mexico35000$70,538,688
41Hawaii15000$65,434,469
42Maine23000$55,962,055
43West Virginia54000$54,136,862
44Rhode Island44000$48,412,850
45Delaware10000$45,055,664
46South Dakota46000$44,678,732
47Montana30000$43,300,395
48North Dakota38000$42,293,123
49Alaska02000$36,775,531
50Vermont50000$27,392,442
51Wyoming56000$26,689,232

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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