Idaho personal income rose less than one percent in the second quarter to an annualized $53.6 billion. The state's showing a 0.7 percent increase was 48th among the states.
Wyoming came in at 0.6 percent and New Mexico at 0.4 percent.
Wages and salaries reached $24 billion, up 0.3 percent, well below the 0.8 percent nationally.
Business profits were $6.80 billion, down slightly from $6.81 billion.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis also reset personal income numbers the sum of wages, profits, investment earnings and transfer payments such as Social Security downward dating back to 2009 to more accurately reflect the recession, Idaho Department of Labor officials said. The state's personal income in 2009 was reduced to $48 billion, down 0.6 percent. The 2010 number was reset 1.1 percent lower, to $49.6 billion, and last years estimate was cut 1.3 percent to $52.1 billion. The 2011 downward estimate dropped Idaho's growth rate from 11th in the nation to 26th for that year.