Jeweler earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Jeweler salary by state

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

How do jeweler salaries compare to similar careers?

Jewelers earn 9% less than similar careers in New York. On average, they make less than calligraphers but more than model makers.

Career Median Salary
Calligrapher salary $68K
Interior designer salary $63K
Craft artist salary $49K
Museum conservator salary $54K
Photographer salary $43K
Gem worker salary $43K
Precious metal worker salary $43K
Jeweler salary $43K
Engraver salary $39K
Model maker salary $43K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)