Jewelry Maker Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Jewelry Maker in United States

The average salary of a(n) Jewelry Maker in United States is $32,829.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Jewelry Maker in United States is $15.78.

The average bonus of a(n) Jewelry Maker in United States is $420.00.

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Jewelry Product Development Manager - Niles, IL

The Bradford Group

Strong work ethic and passion for and interest in jewelry and jewelry trends; 1 - 7 years’ experience designing mass-manufactured jewelry....

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Craftologist (Creative Artist, Artisan, Maker) - Berlin, NJ

A.C. Moore

Craftologist (Creative Artist, Artisan, Maker). Knit/crochet, cake and candy making, jewelry making, paper craft, fine art, fashion crafts, children’s crafts,...

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Fast Track DSM Associate - Des Moines, IA

Panera Bread of Iowa

No loose or dangling jewelry. Experienced sandwich makers, preparation team members, baristas, cashiers, and salad makers make up the backbone of the productive...

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Assistant Jewelry Designer/Sample Maker - Los Angeles, CA

Chan Luu

Assistant Jewelry Designer/Sample Maker*. Assistant Jewelry Designer who will work closely with Chan and her design team....

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Bench Jeweler - Albuquerque, NM

Helzberg Diamonds

Ability to be a good decision maker with strong problem-solving skills required. Advanced knowledge of jeweler's tools, machinery and equipment required along...

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