Career Outlook for Jewelers

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This occupation has now been updated to Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal Workers

Also known as:
Diamond Grader, Diamond Polisher, Diamond Setter, Facetor, Gem Cutter, Gemologist, Goldsmith, Jewelry Repairer, Jewelsmith, Lapidarist

The overall job outlook for Jeweler careers has been negative since 2004. Vacancies for this career have decreased by 29.25 percent nationwide in that time, with an average decline of 1.83 percent per year. Demand for Jewelers is expected to go up, with an expected 12,950 new jobs filled by 2029. This represents an annual increase of 7.72 percent over the next few years. Join our career community today!

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TOP STATES

There are currently more Jewelers in the following states

New York 3,630
California 1,930
Texas 1,740
Florida 1,230
Rhode Island 620
Michigan 480
Louisiana 460
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BOTTOM STATES

The states below have the least number of filled positions for Jewelers

Wyoming
30
North Dakota
30
West Virginia
40
Nebraska
40
New Hampshire
50
Maine
50
Idaho
50
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