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Quarterly Earnings and Income Pct. Change 2014:1 to 2017:2 (2017 Adj. Dollars)

RankStateFIPS CodeEarnings by Place of Work adj. ($000,000)
1Oregon4100016.0 %
2Utah4900015.9 %
3Washington5300014.5 %
4Georgia1300014.4 %
5Florida1200014.2 %
6California0600013.5 %
7Idaho1600012.7 %
8Nevada3200012.6 %
9Tennessee4700012.3 %
10South Carolina4500012.2 %
11Arizona0400011.8 %
12District of Columbia1100011.2 %
12Michigan2600011.2 %
14North Carolina3700011.1 %
15Massachusetts2500011.0 %
16Colorado0800010.5 %
17Maryland2400010.2 %
18Minnesota2700010.0 %
19Hawaii150009.7 %
20Maine230009.2 %
21Indiana180008.7 %
22Delaware100008.5 %
23New Hampshire330008.4 %
24Alabama010007.7 %
25Virginia510007.2 %
26Wisconsin550007.0 %
27Montana300006.8 %
27Vermont500006.8 %
29Ohio390006.6 %
30Kentucky210006.3 %
31New York360006.2 %
32New Jersey340005.8 %
33Arkansas050005.5 %
33Pennsylvania420005.5 %
33Rhode Island440005.5 %
36Illinois170005.2 %
37Missouri290004.8 %
38Texas480004.7 %
39New Mexico350004.6 %
40Nebraska310003.8 %
41Iowa190003.6 %
42South Dakota460002.3 %
43Mississippi280002.0 %
44Connecticut090001.0 %
45West Virginia540000.0 %
46Alaska02000-0.5 %
46Kansas20000-0.5 %
48Louisiana22000-2.0 %
49Wyoming56000-6.6 %
50North Dakota38000-6.7 %
51Oklahoma40000-8.9 %

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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