Stonemason earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Stonemason salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Nevada $57,930
New Jersey $57,570
Wyoming $53,700
Pennsylvania $48,270
Hawaii $46,920
Illinois $46,510
Massachusetts $48,500
Virginia $49,040
Indiana $49,900
Washington $46,420
California $45,140
New Hampshire $46,000
Minnesota $43,830
Vermont $44,640
Utah $44,590
Oregon $39,780
Connecticut $43,290
Alabama $42,040
Missouri $36,790
Kansas $39,540
Kentucky $39,960
Michigan $40,430
Maryland $41,770
New York $32,760
Colorado $39,550
Georgia $41,180
Texas $35,060
Florida $36,630
North Carolina $37,470
Ohio $37,580
Tennessee $38,260
Oklahoma $35,220
Idaho $31,490
Maine $35,090
South Carolina $33,000
New Mexico $32,290
Louisiana $32,630

How do stonemason salaries compare to similar careers?

Stonemasons earn about the same as related careers in the United States. On average, they make less than building and construction inspectors but more than surveyors.

Career Median Salary
Building and construction inspector salary $46K
Gaffer salary $36K
Architect salary $51K
Explosives worker salary $43K
Plasterer salary $44K
Stonemason salary $35K
Brickmason salary $38K
Pipelayer salary $39K
Tile and marble setter salary $33K
Surveyor salary $39K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)