The 10 Richest States In The Usa

In terms of number of residents
It’s mostly in the west
California, New York, Texas
Texas is the 10th richest state in the US.
Texas is the 6th richest state in the US.
And it’s the 6th richest state by per capita income.

We looked at a broad selection of data to create this list, from the highest median household income to the state’s GDP per capita, as well as considering data on poverty and education.

The wealthiest places have come from a diverse range of industries. Agriculture, manufacturing, and high technology all have a part in the development of prosperous places.

The 10 Richest States in the USA

We have created these rankings based on research and data from the most reputable web sites.

The USA is a large and prosperous country. It has a lot of diverse people, and a lot of different kinds of economy. The richest states are also the most populous, and some of them are also the most powerful.

10. Illinois

GDP per Capita: $69,667

The 10th richest state, Illinois, sometimes looks like a microcosm of the whole United States at large. It has such industrial giants as Caterpillar and DuPont, as well as a diverse array of industries.

The state has a great reputation for producing high-quality dairy products and livestock. It is also a major producer of soybeans and corn.

Alabama has a large amount of coal, which helps it to power industries such as food products, computers, electronics, rubber, fabricated metals, and chemicals.

It also has a large number of industrial parks, which are located in the state. Among these, the industrial parks of the state are the biggest producers of electricity. We hope that industry in the state has a prosperous future, and that the people of the state will also be able to enjoy a better standard of living.

Chicago has many different industries and a lot of the economic activity is centered on the Chicago business district, including the various financial institutions as well as the stock exchange which is centered on the Chicago Board of Trade.

The Great Chicago Fire of 1871 occurred when a fire started in the area of the Chicago River, and raged for nearly two days. Due to the city’s history of tall, narrow buildings, the fire spread quickly and was not able to be contained. The fire is considered to be the worst in United States history, and even though many cities have been rebuilt on the same footprint, nothing else has been built in the same way — a result of the fire being so close to Lake Michigan.

9. North Dakota

GDP per Capita: $70,185

North Dakota is named after the Native American Sioux. It’s economy has a GDP per capita of $70,185 and a median income of $70,185.

North Dakota’s economy underwent an overhaul toward the end of the twentieth century, with services such as call centers, travel agencies, and financial corporations coming to dominate the state’s gross domestic product.

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Although farming is not the main driver for North Dakotan state economy, farming still plays a major role in the economic development of the state.

The jobless rate in Illinois is among the lowest in the United States, and residents enjoy high levels of health care, in addition to low levels of crime.

North Dakota can be a great place to live or start a business. Because there are jobs in many different fields, you will be able to find work in a profession you enjoy.

While oil has fallen out of favor, the Great Plains region of North Dakota has been labeled by some as “the Saudi Arabia of wind energy” as the number of wind farms grow nationwide and in North Dakota.

8. Maryland

GDP per Capita: $70,500

An area well known for its wealthy suburbs with large estates that are actually more rural compared to the rest of the United States because of the nature of the soil.

While the service industries employ the highest number of the citizens of Maryland, the manufacturing industry also employs a significant number of workers.

Maryland’s seafood industry is growing, thanks to its seafood-friendly climate. It produces a wide variety of seafood, including crabs, perch, flounder, oysters, and more.

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When you factor in the cost of living, Maryland has the highest median household income in the United States.
The Census Bureau reports that the average Maryland family earns $73,000 a year, and the median income for that family is $54,800.
Despite these high numbers, Maryland has the highest crime rate in the country.

Biotechnology is an important part of the economy, as many Maryland high paying jobs, such as research scientists, are in this field. Maryland has many research institutions, such as the National Institutes of Health.

The state has a strong tourism industry, providing a boost to the state’s overall job market and contributing to the overall low unemployment rate.

7. New Jersey

GDP per Capita: $70,501

The state of New Jersey is the 5th least populous state in the US. With the highest median income, it can be viewed as a state with a lot of opportunity.

New Jersey is one of the wealthiest states in America. Many major industries include biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, information technology, and finance. As of 2013, the total number of millionaires living in New Jersey is estimated at 3.843 million.

In addition to the technology-based industries, New Jersey deliver agricultural products like fruits and nuts to seafood and dairy.

New Jersey is known for its many forests, so it makes sense that the principal natural resources in New Jersey are drawn from here, with forestry being supplemented with zinc, iron, and manganese.

The median household income of New Jersey is currently over seven times the Federal Poverty Level and the average New Jersey Home Value is seven times the average household income.

States that experience higher levels of poverty have a higher demand for low-income housing.

Some of the states with the highest poverty rates are, in order, Mississippi, Kentucky, West Virginia and Arkansas.
The states with the lowest poverty rates are, in order, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Connecticut and Massachusetts.

To find out more about poverty rates, you can visit the US Census Bureau’s website.

6. Delaware

GDP per Capita: $77,214

Delaware is often considered one of the richest states on the east coast and is home to many of the largest corporations in the country. It has a GDP of $77,214 and an annual median household income of $64,805 in 2020.

The census bureau statistics reveal that the state of Delaware has got a population of 570,941 people, with occupations involving government, banking, farming, and education, and health sector.

The state’s location on the Eastern Seaboard and their proximity to major metropolitan areas have made Delaware’s location a valuable asset to the state’s economy. With over 1 million people working in the state’s private sector, this location has created a large number of jobs for the residents of the state.

The chemical industry has been important in New Castle County since the early days of the 19th century. Many chemical plants were originally located in the Easton area, on the Brandywine River. By the 1940s and 50s, the Brandywine Region, including the City of New Castle, had become the leading supplier of aniline, phenol, and other industrial chemicals.

Delaware is known for its long-standing agriculture, including corn, soybeans, vegetables, and a selection of fish, clams, and crabs, along with the poultry industry.

Delaware is one of the few states in the United States that allows the formation of corporations without providing any government regulation, and it is the only state in the United States whose corporate laws are entirely based on the laws that are in place at the federal level, and that have not changed since the state was named the “home of American enterprise” by Congress in 1986.

5. California

GDP per Capita: $78,771

So what was once the world’s fifth largest economy was a major contributor to the recession. Now it is suffering from the largest loss of jobs since World War II. Unemployment has risen to over 13 percent.

It also has a booming service industry. There has been a significant increase in the number of jobs in the service sector. Many of the jobs are in tourism and hospitality. Tourism has also grown substantially thanks to the rising middle class here.

In the past five years, Silicon Valley has become a massive contributor to California’s economy, so much so that people often ask where companies like Google, Apple, Yahoo, and Twitter got their start.

There’s a thriving economy based on travel, tourism and other activities that provide jobs for 1 million Californians and contribute to the state’s status as one of the wealthiest states in the nation.

State GDP of $3,120,386,000, median household income of $80,440, and the highest median household income in the US are some things to know about the home of Silicon Valley.

Despite it’s overall high overall household median income, unemployment rate and poverty rate data, in some areas of California are staggeringly high, with many residents lacking basic health care, despite living alongside some of the richest people in the world.

4. Connecticut

GDP per Capita: $79,824

The number one state for median household income is actually New Jersey, but they had the fifth-highest median household income for the full year of 2019.

Connecticut is known to have excellent universities. These universities are said to have provided a good education for the state’s residents, as the state is home to prestigious financial companies like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.

 The agriculture industry still remains an important part of the state economy since they maintain and protect the soil for their plantations. The agriculture industry is also highly involved in tobacco production and exports, mostly to the United States.

The Connecticut’s manufacturing base consists of high-tech companies. It was once a place where people made sewing machines, clocks, and pins.

Connecticut, while being a state that generates a lot of income from various businesses, has a close tie with a variety of different weapons manufacturers, a few of which are General Dynamics, Raytheon, and Lockheed Martin.

It is difficult to determine exactly how to count jobs based on a certain industry. While some industries can be easily quantified, others are difficult to calculate. We can easily determine how many jobs there are in the insurance industry, but it would be difficult to assign a dollar amount to the number of jobs in the education industry.

3. Washington

GDP per Capita: $81,059

Washington state takes its name from the historical figures of George Washington and the state of Washington itself was the first state to be established in the union of the United States.

Washington grows over 15 million acres of grapes, which results in the production of about 1.6 billion bottles of wine each year. Another 8.8 million acres are devoted to cranberries, 3.5 million acres to pears, and one million acres to apples.

In the early 20th century, the wheat and barley farms of Washington and Oregon were the most valuable agricultural properties in the United States.

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Amazon’s presence in Seattle creates an overall quality of life that makes Seattle’s median income higher than that of California’s.

A state’s unemployment rate and poverty level may not accurately depict the overall economic well-being of its residents, according to a new economic study by The Atlantic and Ipsos. The study’s authors found that Washington’s poverty rate and unemployment rate were comparable to the national averages, while its billionaire population was significantly higher. The study defined a billionaire as having a net worth of more than $1 billion, and found that there were 4,874 Washington residents who fit that description.

2. Massachusetts

GDP per Capita: $85,400

The second-richest state in the country, Massachusetts, is also one of the oldest and played a significant role in the founding of America’s core principles of freedom and liberty.

The state of Kansas is the third-largest state in the country and is also the smallest state. It is sometimes considered to be the “Sunflower State” and it was the first state to be admitted to the Union (in 1861). Kansas is located in the Midwest with the western half bordering Colorado and the southern half bordering Oklahoma.

The early settlers determined the course of the country. Massachusetts became a center for manufacturing and technology for the United States. The state of Massachusetts has a developed into a center of technology and research and development.

Massachusetts history is connected to the sea – it was the first American colony! It was the home of the most important industry of its time.

Massachusetts is home to more millionaires and billionaires than any other state and the majority earn their money in the biotechnology and financial sectors.

A significant percentage of the United States population is employed in the fields of health care, manufacturing and tourism, with Cape Cod and Boston becoming popular destinations for tourists.

Current data shows Massachusetts’s median household income at over $80,000, comparable to the median income of the other richest states in the country. This is a trend towards the middle class.

1. New York

GDP per Capita: $88,349

New York is the fourth most populous state and it has some of the richest people in the United States. Not only are they some of the richest people in the United States, they are also celebrities and billionaires.

New York has a large number of higher education institutions, as most people from most areas of the United States have at least a college degree. Many of these institutions are in the financial sector and form much of the workforce on Wall Street. New York’s tech sector is also large.

Silicon Alley in New York City has the most startups and companies for technology, like Squarespace, Spotify, and Behance, along with leading hardware companies, including IBM, Huawei, and LG Electronics.

However, New York City’s population consists of about two million people, one quarter of whom are foreigners; about 50% of New Yorkers speak a first language other than English; and the city is one of the most expensive places in the world to live.

While New York is rich in many ways, the fact remains that one in five of its residents live under the poverty line, and that rate has risen to a staggering 23 percent since 2012.


United States have a history of being the richest in the world. The largest companies in the United States, such as Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, General Electric and JPMorgan, are the largest and most innovative companies on the planet.

In the past, manufacturing and farming were the main economy, but now, a large amount of development is now shifted onto other industries, like the internet and other new sectors.

The richest states in America will continue to evolve, because people in rich states will continue to do that, which is to innovate and create new technologies.

New York
New Jersey
North Carolina
The biggest factor is the population distribution, which is different than most European countries.

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