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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2022:1

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$2,170,475,952
2Texas48000$1,314,877,774
3New York36000$1,187,919,135
4Florida12000$814,861,137
5Illinois17000$620,326,344
6Pennsylvania42000$563,776,640
7Ohio39000$467,871,130
8New Jersey34000$465,707,475
9Massachusetts25000$445,735,238
10Georgia13000$438,799,361
11North Carolina37000$433,288,487
12Washington53000$409,284,889
13Virginia51000$399,433,374
14Michigan26000$379,950,758
15Colorado08000$306,076,790
16Tennessee47000$299,544,603
17Maryland24000$286,267,228
18Indiana18000$275,492,014
19Arizona04000$274,072,050
20Minnesota27000$272,698,560
21Wisconsin55000$245,989,342
22Missouri29000$241,089,881
23Connecticut09000$197,005,944
24Oregon41000$188,801,039
25South Carolina45000$174,323,950
26Alabama01000$164,789,280
27Louisiana22000$158,979,346
28Kentucky21000$155,723,509
29Oklahoma40000$143,795,164
30Utah49000$143,539,982
31Iowa19000$130,360,923
32Nevada32000$125,091,973
33Kansas20000$123,643,583
34District of Columbia11000$116,514,711
35Arkansas05000$98,592,744
36Nebraska31000$88,075,703
37Mississippi28000$83,374,816
38New Hampshire33000$70,096,883
39Idaho16000$68,878,269
40New Mexico35000$66,310,436
41Hawaii15000$59,925,407
42Maine23000$52,547,346
43West Virginia54000$50,581,687
44Rhode Island44000$44,826,986
45Delaware10000$43,169,097
46South Dakota46000$41,030,116
47Montana30000$40,452,628
48North Dakota38000$37,897,991
49Alaska02000$33,796,987
50Vermont50000$26,115,743
51Wyoming56000$25,829,339

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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