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Economy Statistics > GSP > Compensation of Employees > Plastics and rubber products manufacturing (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Plastics and rubber products manufacturing, 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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   Ohio  9.2%
   California  7%
   Illinois  6.8%
   Michigan  5.5%
   Texas  5.3%
   Pennsylvania  5%
   Indiana  5%
   North Carolina  4.4%
   Wisconsin  3.9%
   Tennessee  3.5%
   South Carolina  3.5%
   New York  3.4%
   New Jersey  2.9%
   Virginia  2.8%
   Georgia  2.8%
   Massachusetts  2.5%
   Minnesota  2.2%
   Missouri  2.1%
   Kentucky  2%
   Alabama  1.8%


Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     Ohio: $350,000,000.00  
# 2     California: $268,000,000.00  
# 3     Illinois: $259,000,000.00  
# 4     Michigan: $211,000,000.00  
# 5     Texas: $203,000,000.00  
= 6     Pennsylvania: $190,000,000.00  
= 6     Indiana: $190,000,000.00  
# 8     North Carolina: $169,000,000.00  
# 9     Wisconsin: $148,000,000.00  
# 10     Tennessee: $135,000,000.00  
# 11     South Carolina: $133,000,000.00  
# 12     New York: $128,000,000.00  
# 13     New Jersey: $112,000,000.00  
# 14     Virginia: $108,000,000.00  
# 15     Georgia: $106,000,000.00  
# 16     Massachusetts: $96,000,000.00  
# 17     Minnesota: $84,000,000.00  
# 18     Missouri: $81,000,000.00  
# 19     Kentucky: $78,000,000.00  
# 20     Alabama: $70,000,000.00  
# 21     Oklahoma: $67,000,000.00  
# 22     Iowa: $63,000,000.00  
# 23     Florida: $59,000,000.00  
# 24     Arkansas: $57,000,000.00  
= 25     Connecticut: $43,000,000.00  
= 25     Washington: $43,000,000.00  
= 25     Kansas: $43,000,000.00  
# 28     Maryland: $41,000,000.00  
# 29     Mississippi: $38,000,000.00  
# 30     Colorado: $29,000,000.00  
= 31     Arizona: $26,000,000.00  
= 31     New Hampshire: $26,000,000.00  
= 33     Oregon: $25,000,000.00  
= 33     Nebraska: $25,000,000.00  
# 35     Louisiana: $18,000,000.00  
= 36     West Virginia: $15,000,000.00  
= 36     Rhode Island: $15,000,000.00  
# 38     Nevada: $14,000,000.00  
# 39     Utah: $13,000,000.00  
# 40     Delaware: $10,000,000.00  
# 41     Maine: $9,000,000.00  
# 42     Idaho: $5,000,000.00  
= 43     South Dakota: $4,000,000.00  
= 43     Vermont: $4,000,000.00  
= 45     New Mexico: $3,000,000.00  
= 45     North Dakota: $3,000,000.00  
# 47     Wyoming: $1,000,000.00  
= 48     Hawaii: $0.00  
= 48     Alaska: $0.00  
= 48     District of Columbia: $0.00  
= 48     Montana: $0.00  
Total: $3,818,000,000.00   
Weighted average: $74,862,745.10  

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