Gem worker earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Gem worker salary by state

State Name Average Salary
New Hampshire $57,370
Missouri $50,280
Michigan $49,010
California $48,810
Colorado $48,620
Nevada $48,400
Wisconsin $48,360
Arkansas $48,300
Massachusetts $48,260
Virginia $48,260
Maryland $48,070
New Jersey $47,950
New York $47,840
Connecticut $47,570
Mississippi $47,440
Pennsylvania $47,430
Indiana $47,370
Delaware $47,220
Maine $47,140
Washington $47,130
Ohio $46,640
Kentucky $46,590
Kansas $45,720
North Dakota $45,060
Florida $44,630
Minnesota $40,640
Oklahoma $40,020
Texas $39,300
Iowa $39,080
North Carolina $38,650
Alabama $38,370
Oregon $38,270
Vermont $38,050
Rhode Island $38,030
Hawaii $37,990
Tennessee $37,890
Idaho $37,800
Illinois $37,720
Montana $37,610
South Carolina $37,440
Georgia $36,750
Louisiana $36,750
South Dakota $36,750
Virgin Islands, U.S. $36,120
Alaska $34,890
Nebraska $32,120
New Mexico $30,470
Arizona $30,280
Utah $30,280
West Virginia $30,110
Puerto Rico $26,420

How do gem worker salaries compare to similar careers?

Gem workers earn 6% less than similar careers in New Jersey. On average, they make less than chemical technicians but more than fork lift operators.

Career Median Salary
Chemical technician salary $50K
Museum conservator salary $48K
Welder salary $49K
Photographer salary $43K
Quality control inspector salary $47K
Jeweler salary $48K
Precious metal worker salary $48K
Gem worker salary $48K
Machine assembler salary $43K
Fork lift operator salary $39K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)