5 Highest-Paying States for Masonry Contractors

Take a look at the five states with the highest average professional masonry contractor salaries across the U.S.

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According to data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average professional mason salary in the United States is $54,430. Which states pay the best? Read on for the five states with the highest average salaries for professional masonry contractors in the U.S.

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#5: Washington
Average Yearly Salary: $69,260

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#4: Massachusetts
Average Yearly Salary: $70,680

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#3: New Jersey
Average Yearly Salary: $71,320

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#2: Illinois
Average Yearly Salary: $74,500

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#1: New York
Average Yearly Salary: $77,540

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About the author

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 10.3 percent employment growth for brickmasons and blockmasons between 2016 and 2026.

Note: All salary information is provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and is accurate as of May 2018.

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Shawnna Stiver is a veteran lifestyle, marketing and news content writer, currently contributing to ecommerce companies in the parenting and babies space. She has written traditional, digital and social content for the following industries: beauty, consumer goods, entrepreneurship, financial services, health/wellness, home improvement/DIY, lifestyle, non-profit, parenting and self-improvement. She runs a website that connects people with brands that make a difference in the world: www.kindco.org.