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

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1Washington5300013.8 %
2Utah4900012.3 %
3Oregon4100010.7 %
4Idaho160009.9 %
5California060009.5 %
6Arizona040009.1 %
7Georgia130008.8 %
7Tennessee470008.8 %
9Florida120008.3 %
10North Carolina370007.2 %
10South Carolina450007.2 %
12Indiana180007.1 %
13Nevada320007.0 %
14Michigan260006.7 %
15Maine230006.2 %
15Maryland240006.2 %
17Colorado080005.7 %
18Massachusetts250005.4 %
19New York360005.2 %
20District of Columbia110005.0 %
21Minnesota270004.9 %
22Hawaii150004.7 %
23New Hampshire330004.3 %
24Virginia510004.0 %
25Alabama010003.8 %
25Kentucky210003.8 %
27Arkansas050003.7 %
28Ohio390003.4 %
28Wisconsin550003.4 %
30Pennsylvania420003.0 %
31Vermont500002.7 %
32Illinois170002.4 %
33Delaware100002.1 %
33Missouri290002.1 %
35New Jersey340002.0 %
35Rhode Island440002.0 %
37Mississippi280001.7 %
38Montana300001.6 %
39New Mexico350000.8 %
40Nebraska310000.3 %
41Texas480000.2 %
42South Dakota460000.0 %
43Iowa19000-0.8 %
44Connecticut09000-1.0 %
45West Virginia54000-1.5 %
46Kansas20000-3.0 %
47Alaska02000-5.7 %
48Louisiana22000-6.9 %
48Oklahoma40000-6.9 %
50Wyoming56000-8.6 %
51North Dakota38000-11.4 %

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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