Stonemason earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Stonemason salary by state

State Name Average Salary
District of Columbia $77,940
Washington $61,650
Vermont $59,590
California $59,470
Hawaii $58,100
Kansas $58,040
Montana $57,300
Connecticut $54,270
Wyoming $53,700
Illinois $50,780
South Dakota $49,590
Colorado $49,260
New Jersey $48,390
Maryland $48,320
Pennsylvania $48,221
Massachusetts $48,120
Wisconsin $48,040
Maine $47,610
Virginia $47,230
New Hampshire $46,910
Michigan $46,740
Oregon $46,680
Indiana $44,740
Delaware $42,920
North Dakota $41,980
Georgia $41,180
Kentucky $39,960
Florida $38,640
Tennessee $38,590
Ohio $38,520
Minnesota $38,170
Alabama $38,000
Utah $38,000
Nevada $37,960
Idaho $37,840
Oklahoma $37,550
Texas $36,900
Missouri $36,790
Nebraska $34,940
South Carolina $33,000
New York $32,760
Louisiana $32,630
Mississippi $30,140
Arizona $29,920
North Carolina $29,710
New Mexico $29,490

How do stonemason salaries compare to similar careers?

Stonemasons earn 8% less than similar careers in District of Columbia. On average, they make less than construction managers but more than ironworkers.

Career Median Salary
Construction manager salary $100K
Architect salary $100K
Building inspector salary $79K
Crane operator salary $79K
Electrician salary $80K
Stonemason salary $78K
Plumber salary $77K
Pipefitter salary $77K
HVAC technician salary $75K
Ironworker salary $64K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)