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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2023:3

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$2,294,380,453
2Texas48000$1,448,858,312
3New York36000$1,242,025,664
4Florida12000$915,585,617
5Illinois17000$636,695,473
6Pennsylvania42000$595,191,378
7Ohio39000$502,182,744
8New Jersey34000$488,559,083
9Georgia13000$467,117,822
10North Carolina37000$466,135,532
11Massachusetts25000$464,892,939
12Washington53000$454,612,928
13Virginia51000$442,695,003
14Michigan26000$411,390,618
15Colorado08000$332,847,714
16Tennessee47000$324,436,121
17Maryland24000$307,754,680
18Arizona04000$305,929,773
19Minnesota27000$296,356,051
20Indiana18000$290,639,430
21Missouri29000$263,461,630
22Wisconsin55000$262,645,212
23Connecticut09000$202,604,474
24Oregon41000$201,721,428
25South Carolina45000$192,105,737
26Alabama01000$177,620,577
27Louisiana22000$171,717,007
28Kentucky21000$170,646,476
29Utah49000$159,813,688
30Oklahoma40000$159,292,034
31Iowa19000$142,356,526
32Nevada32000$141,441,466
33Kansas20000$133,585,795
34District of Columbia11000$123,768,366
35Arkansas05000$102,253,345
36Nebraska31000$96,644,652
37Mississippi28000$87,006,299
38Idaho16000$75,099,323
39New Hampshire33000$74,809,646
40New Mexico35000$73,232,353
41Hawaii15000$65,721,404
42Maine23000$57,631,144
43West Virginia54000$54,114,287
44Rhode Island44000$49,149,364
45Delaware10000$48,321,549
46Montana30000$45,323,800
47South Dakota46000$44,183,366
48North Dakota38000$43,313,029
49Alaska02000$38,140,723
50Vermont50000$27,786,184
51Wyoming56000$26,853,700

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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