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Earnings and Employment Data for Workers Covered Under Social Security and Medicare, by State and County, 2000

(released September 2003)

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Tables 1, 2, 4, and 5 (cover all states, D.C., and outlying areas)
Tables 3 and 6 by State
Alabama
Alabama - HTML.
Alaska
Alaska - HTML.
Arizona
Arizona - HTML.
Arkansas
Arkansas - HTML.
California
California - HTML.
Colorado
Colorado - HTML.
Connecticut
Connecticut - HTML.
Delaware
Delaware - HTML.
District of Columbia
County data not applicable.
Please see Tables 1 and 4 for totals.
Florida
Florida - HTML.
Georgia
Georgia - HTML.
Hawaii
Hawaii - HTML.
Idaho
Idaho - HTML.
Illinois
Illinois - HTML.
Indiana
Indiana - HTML.
Iowa
Iowa - HTML.
Kansas
Kansas - HTML.
Kentucky
Kentucky - HTML.
Louisiana
Louisiana - HTML.
Maine
Maine - HTML.
Maryland
Maryland - HTML.
Massachusetts
Massachusetts - HTML.
Michigan
Michigan - HTML.
Minnesota
Minnesota - HTML.
Mississippi
Mississippi - HTML.
Missouri
Missouri - HTML.
Montana
Montana - HTML.
Nebraska
Nebraska - HTML.
Nevada
Nevada - HTML.
New Hampshire
New Hampshire - HTML.
New Jersey
New Jersey - HTML.
New Mexico
New Mexico - HTML.
New York
New York - HTML.
North Carolina
North Carolina - HTML.
North Dakota
North Dakota - HTML.
Ohio
Ohio - HTML.
Oklahoma
Oklahoma - HTML.
Oregon
Oregon - HTML.
Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania - HTML.
Rhode Island
Rhode Island - HTML.
South Carolina
South Carolina - HTML.
South Dakota
South Dakota - HTML.
Tennessee
Tennessee - HTML.
Texas
Texas - HTML.
Utah
Utah - HTML.
Vermont
Vermont - HTML.
Virginia
Virginia - HTML.
Washington
Washington - HTML.
West Virginia
West Virginia - HTML.
Wisconsin
Wisconsin - HTML.
Wyoming
Wyoming - HTML.
Outlying areas
Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico - HTML.
Other
County data not applicable.
Please see Tables 1 and 4 for totals.