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Quarterly Earnings and Income in 2017:4

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1California06000$1,779,201,217
2Texas48000$1,040,058,944
3New York36000$1,008,322,929
4Florida12000$622,227,673
5Illinois17000$520,679,105
6Pennsylvania42000$497,453,453
7Ohio39000$403,781,974
8New Jersey34000$393,653,043
9Massachusetts25000$363,010,331
10Georgia13000$354,084,301
11Virginia51000$334,891,797
12North Carolina37000$330,975,540
13Michigan26000$329,860,248
14Washington53000$316,857,667
15Maryland24000$261,065,679
16Tennessee47000$234,575,833
17Minnesota27000$232,292,193
18Colorado08000$231,101,369
19Indiana18000$221,316,076
20Arizona04000$210,297,433
21Wisconsin55000$207,027,170
22Missouri29000$202,992,768
23Connecticut09000$173,255,737
24Oregon41000$150,555,771
25South Carolina45000$142,117,305
26Louisiana22000$141,681,302
27Alabama01000$135,752,763
28Kentucky21000$128,918,121
29Oklahoma40000$125,714,966
30Iowa19000$107,720,707
31Utah49000$105,408,420
32Kansas20000$104,254,570
33District of Columbia11000$103,809,974
34Nevada32000$95,744,612
35Arkansas05000$78,491,959
36Nebraska31000$74,600,292
37Mississippi28000$69,701,427
38New Mexico35000$55,488,980
39Hawaii15000$54,977,378
40New Hampshire33000$54,785,909
41Idaho16000$49,839,806
42West Virginia54000$44,381,732
43Maine23000$42,056,366
44Rhode Island44000$38,254,553
45Delaware10000$36,670,317
46Alaska02000$31,710,262
47North Dakota38000$31,248,353
48Montana30000$31,045,762
49South Dakota46000$29,592,104
50Vermont50000$22,274,183
51Wyoming56000$21,699,497

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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