The richest U.S. State is Connecticut, with annual earnings of $58,908 per capita.
The second richest state of America is Massachusetts. The average per capita income is $54,687.
3 New Jersey
With annual income of $53,628 per capita, the third richest U.S. State is New Jersey.
4 New York
New York has the fourth highest per capita income with an average income of $52,095 per capita.
The fifth richest U.S. State is Maryland, with $51,971 per capita.
6 North Dakota
North Dakota is the first non-East Coast state to make this list. This Great Plains state has the sixth highest per captia income at $51,893.
The second non-East Coast state to make this list is Wyoming. It has the seventh highest average per capita income of $48,670.
Back to the East Coast – Virginia is the eighth richest U.S. State, with income of $47,058 per capita.
9 New Hampshire
At $47,058, New Hampshire has the ninth highest annual income per capita in the United States.
People may not think about Alaska as one of the highest earning states, but with an average per capita income of $46,778, this great wilderness has the tenth highest income of all US States.