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Quarterly Earnings and Income Pct. Change 2015:1 to 2018:3 (2018 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1Washington5300017.9 %
2Utah4900015.1 %
3Oregon4100013.6 %
4Arizona0400012.1 %
5California0600011.6 %
6Nevada3200011.2 %
7Florida1200010.9 %
8Tennessee4700010.5 %
9Georgia1300010.4 %
9Idaho1600010.4 %
11New York3600010.2 %
12Massachusetts250009.3 %
13North Carolina370008.8 %
14New Hampshire330008.5 %
15Michigan260008.0 %
15South Carolina450008.0 %
17Colorado080007.9 %
18Maryland240007.8 %
19Maine230007.7 %
20District of Columbia110007.3 %
21Indiana180007.2 %
22Minnesota270005.8 %
23Alabama010005.6 %
24Pennsylvania420005.5 %
25Vermont500005.1 %
25Virginia510005.1 %
27New Jersey340005.0 %
28Missouri290004.8 %
29Wisconsin550004.6 %
30Arkansas050004.5 %
30Hawaii150004.5 %
32Ohio390004.3 %
33Kentucky210004.0 %
34Illinois170003.2 %
35Texas480003.1 %
36Rhode Island440002.8 %
37Montana300002.5 %
38Mississippi280002.3 %
39Delaware100002.0 %
40New Mexico350001.9 %
41West Virginia540001.2 %
42Iowa190000.4 %
43Connecticut09000-0.7 %
44Kansas20000-1.1 %
45South Dakota46000-1.5 %
46Nebraska31000-1.6 %
47Oklahoma40000-3.6 %
48Louisiana22000-3.9 %
49Alaska02000-5.3 %
50Wyoming56000-9.0 %
51North Dakota38000-10.3 %

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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