Jeweler earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Jeweler salary by state

State Name Average Salary
New Jersey $58,400
Pennsylvania $39,890
Arkansas $54,320
Connecticut $42,370
New York $43,830
Wisconsin $50,840
Washington $43,200
Maryland $38,270
Massachusetts $43,860
Georgia $41,290
Kansas $41,450
Vermont $44,700
Tennessee $38,870
Arizona $41,300
Missouri $41,430
Iowa $38,720
Oklahoma $41,530
Texas $36,170
Indiana $42,040
New Hampshire $37,180
Idaho $40,360
Alabama $42,170
Ohio $37,820
Minnesota $36,740
North Dakota $36,610
South Carolina $34,080
Oregon $37,730
Virginia $30,720
Nevada $35,160
Colorado $29,750
Hawaii $38,090
Virgin Islands $36,120
Nebraska $33,630
California $33,330
Illinois $34,900
Maine $32,120
Michigan $29,680
North Carolina $34,360
West Virginia $33,540
South Dakota $32,400
Florida $34,700
Utah $32,140
Kentucky $32,560
Montana $32,970
Louisiana $28,130
New Mexico $26,890
Puerto Rico $18,390

How do jeweler salaries compare to similar careers?

Jewelers earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than painting, coating & decorating workers but more than illustrators.

Career Median Salary
Painting, coating & decorating worker salary $30K
Filmmaker salary $38K
Film and video editor salary $36K
Costume designer salary $28K
Fashion designer salary $37K
Jeweler salary $30K
Graphic designer salary $34K
Camera operator salary $31K
Potter salary $28K
Illustrator salary $28K