Cement mason earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Cement mason salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Hawaii $76,140
Illinois $75,940
Rhode Island $73,100
New York $65,210
Alaska $65,150
Massachusetts $64,870
Washington $60,630
Minnesota $59,770
District of Columbia $59,180
California $57,960
New Jersey $57,330
Delaware $51,450
Wisconsin $50,050
Oregon $48,890
Connecticut $48,600
Ohio $48,530
Colorado $48,350
Nevada $48,060
Wyoming $48,010
Michigan $47,680
Indiana $47,610
Montana $47,610
North Dakota $47,470
Missouri $47,370
Arizona $47,340
Utah $47,190
Virgin Islands, U.S. $47,150
New Hampshire $46,920
Georgia $46,910
Maryland $46,910
Pennsylvania $46,860
Virginia $46,670
Vermont $46,640
Kansas $46,270
Iowa $46,120
Tennessee $45,220
Idaho $43,220
Texas $40,610
Maine $40,300
Nebraska $39,910
Louisiana $39,320
North Carolina $39,190
New Mexico $39,100
Mississippi $38,570
West Virginia $38,150
Florida $38,060
Oklahoma $38,000
Alabama $37,840
Kentucky $37,840
South Dakota $37,710
Arkansas $37,490
South Carolina $37,270
Guam $29,670
Puerto Rico $21,220

How do cement mason salaries compare to similar careers?

Cement masons earn 6% less than similar careers in District of Columbia. On average, they make less than pipefitters but more than painters.

Career Median Salary
Pipefitter salary $77K
HVAC technician salary $75K
Ironworker salary $64K
Carpenter salary $60K
Surveyor salary $47K
Cement mason salary $59K
Roofer salary $49K
Maintenance worker salary $48K
Fork lift operator salary $55K
Painter salary $47K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)