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Exported Goods and Jobs Table by State, United States, 2016

Table. Annual revenue from exported goods and number of export-supporting jobs, by state, United States, 2016a

Source: Global Health Security: Protecting the United States in an Interconnected World

State Revenue from Exported Goods (in Billions), $ Number of Jobs Supported by Exported Goods
Alabama 20.5 98,382
Alaska 4.4 37,100
Arizona 22.0 95,074
Arkansas 5.7 41,168
California 163.4 683,772
Colorado 7.6 40,421
Connecticut 14.4 65,140
Delaware 4.5 19,981
Florida 52.0 232,253
Georgia 35.7 181,731
Hawaii 0.8 3232
Idaho 4.9 22,437
Illinois 59.7 325,368
Indiana 34.7 182,228
Iowa 12.1 93,941
Kansas 10.2 60,121
Kentucky 29.2 143,536
Louisiana 48.3 128,623
Maine 2.9 17,568
Maryland 9.7 45,245
Massachusetts 25.9 113,181
Michigan 54.8 271,337
Minnesota 19.2 118,458
Mississippi 10.5 51,113
Missouri 13.9 84,868
Montana 1.4 13,079
Nebraska 6.4 62,670
Nevada 9.8 39,077
New Hampshire 4.1 19,334
New Jersey 31.2 131,960
New Mexico 3.6 14,958
New York 76.7 295,283
North Carolina 30.2 157,285
North Dakota 5.3 28,002
Ohio 49.3 248,978
Oklahoma 5.0 28,292
Oregon 21.8 87,023
Pennsylvania 36.5 176,514
Rhode Island 2.3 9977
South Carolina 31.3 156,598
South Dakota 1.2 17,373
Tennessee 31.5 146,976
Texas 231.3 910,304
Utah 12.1 51,267
Vermont 3.0 11,707
Virginia 16.3 78,343
Washington 79.6 332,599
West Virginia 5.0 25,883
Wisconsin 21.0 111,075
Wyoming 1.1 5384
Otherb 67.3 NA
Rounded total 1450.0 6,300,000

aData Sources:
International Trade Administration, US Department of Commerce; 2017. http://tse.export.gov/tse/TSEHome.aspx. Accessed July 9, 2018.
Hall J. Jobs Supported by State Exports, 2016. Washington, DC: International Trade Administration, US Department of Commerce; 2017.
bIncludes revenue of goods from Puerto Rico, District of Colombia, US Virgin Islands, and unallocated goods.

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