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Common Cause average salary is $39,420, median salary is $39,836 with a salary range from $38,171 to $39,836.
Common Cause salaries are collected from government agencies and companies. Each salary is associated with a real job position. Common Cause salary statistics is not exclusive and is for reference only. They are presented "as is" and updated regularly.
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38,171
Average
39,420
Median
39,836
High
39,836
Total 2 Common Cause Salaries. Sorted by Date, page 1
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Job Title Salaries City Year More Info
Market Research Analyst 39,836-39,836 New York, NY, 10001 2010 Common Cause Market Research Analyst Salaries (3)
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Sales Analyst 38,171-38,171 Washington, DC, 20001 2010 Common Cause Sales Analyst Salaries (1)
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Recent Common Cause Salaries (June 29, 2016)
Assistant Professor University of Oklahoma $42,860 Norman, OK, 73019 01/05/2015
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Common Cause Information
  • Common Cause
  • Industry: Non-Profit
  • City: Washington, DC
  • A Call To Action "Everybody's organized but the people." - Common Cause founder John Gardner Common Cause was founded in 1970 by John Gardner, former Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. Gardner envisioned a movement propelled by the focused and concerted grassroots lobbying activities of Common Cause members and reinforced with professional lobbying on Capitol Hill. His nonpartisan, citizens' lobbying group made an immediate impact. Within a year, more than 100,000 citizens had joined Common Cause and its agenda quickly grew to include ending U.S. involvement in Vietnam, reforming the campaign finance system, and pressing for civil rights, ethics, financial