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Economy Statistics > GSP > Compensation of Employees > Hospitals and nursing and residential care facilities (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Hospitals and nursing and residential care facilities, Compensation of Employees (current dollars) Compensation of Employees is a statisical term which refers to the total gross (pre-tax) wages paid by employers to employeesfor work done in an accounting period, such as a quarter or a year. It represents roughly the total labor cost to an employer.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     California: $2,809,000,000.00  
# 2     New York: $2,475,000,000.00  
# 3     Pennsylvania: $1,673,000,000.00  
# 4     Texas: $1,544,000,000.00  
# 5     Florida: $1,386,000,000.00  
# 6     Illinois: $1,328,000,000.00  
# 7     Ohio: $1,307,000,000.00  
# 8     Massachusetts: $1,143,000,000.00  
# 9     Michigan: $1,036,000,000.00  
# 10     New Jersey: $976,000,000.00  
# 11     North Carolina: $608,000,000.00  
# 12     Maryland: $600,000,000.00  
# 13     Georgia: $581,000,000.00  
# 14     Wisconsin: $578,000,000.00  
# 15     Missouri: $573,000,000.00  
# 16     Minnesota: $570,000,000.00  
# 17     Indiana: $566,000,000.00  
# 18     Virginia: $526,000,000.00  
# 19     Connecticut: $496,000,000.00  
# 20     Tennessee: $492,000,000.00  
# 21     Washington: $476,000,000.00  
# 22     Arizona: $371,000,000.00  
# 23     Kentucky: $360,000,000.00  
# 24     Louisiana: $334,000,000.00  
# 25     Colorado: $311,000,000.00  
# 26     Oregon: $306,000,000.00  
# 27     Iowa: $272,000,000.00  
# 28     Alabama: $263,000,000.00  
# 29     Oklahoma: $246,000,000.00  
# 30     Kansas: $232,000,000.00  
# 31     South Carolina: $209,000,000.00  
# 32     Arkansas: $208,000,000.00  
# 33     Nebraska: $202,000,000.00  
# 34     West Virginia: $184,000,000.00  
# 35     Maine: $174,000,000.00  
# 36     Mississippi: $161,000,000.00  
# 37     District of Columbia: $156,000,000.00  
# 38     Rhode Island: $155,000,000.00  
# 39     Utah: $144,000,000.00  
# 40     New Hampshire: $139,000,000.00  
# 41     Nevada: $121,000,000.00  
# 42     New Mexico: $117,000,000.00  
# 43     Delaware: $101,000,000.00  
# 44     South Dakota: $98,000,000.00  
# 45     Montana: $97,000,000.00  
# 46     North Dakota: $91,000,000.00  
# 47     Idaho: $79,000,000.00  
# 48     Hawaii: $78,000,000.00  
# 49     Vermont: $63,000,000.00  
# 50     Alaska: $53,000,000.00  
# 51     Wyoming: $21,000,000.00  
Total: $27,089,000,000.00   
Weighted average: $531,156,862.75  

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"GSP > Compensation of Employees > Hospitals and nursing and residential care facilities by state", U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Economic Analysis Division. Data for 2003. . Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/eco_gsp_com_of_emp_hos_and_nur_and_res_car_fac-hospitals-nursing-residential-care-facilities

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