Jeweler earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Jeweler salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $31,940
Alabama $40,889
Arkansas $36,220
Arizona $43,107
California $38,110
Colorado $42,480
Connecticut $52,839
Delaware $47,220
Florida $38,180
Georgia $34,900
Hawaii $36,572
Iowa $44,390
Idaho $40,160
Illinois $33,747
Indiana $41,220
Kansas $41,771
Kentucky $55,840
Louisiana $31,720
Massachusetts $43,460
Maryland $54,630
Maine $45,120
Michigan $38,710
Minnesota $38,010
Missouri $36,270
Mississippi $22,400
Montana $33,860
North Carolina $38,210
North Dakota $40,700
Nebraska $25,460
New Hampshire $45,510
New Jersey $56,880
New Mexico $28,710
Nevada $44,620
New York $43,290
Ohio $36,170
Oklahoma $40,870
Oregon $40,830
Pennsylvania $40,624
Puerto Rico $26,420
Rhode Island $38,280
South Carolina $37,910
South Dakota $35,370
Tennessee $38,000
Texas $38,200
Utah $36,620
Virginia $50,470
Virgin Islands $36,120
Vermont $36,540
Washington $39,010
Wisconsin $54,720
West Virginia $38,360

How do jeweler salaries compare to similar careers?

Jewelers earn about the same as related careers in Kentucky. On average, they make less than architects but more than precious metal workers.

Career Median Salary
Architect salary $69K
Multimedia animator salary $51K
Film and video editor salary $51K
Industrial designer salary $60K
Interior designer salary $53K
Jeweler salary $56K
Filmmaker salary $51K
Film director salary $51K
Gem worker salary $63K
Precious metal worker salary $63K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)