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U.s. Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce average salary is $33,821, median salary is $33,821 with a salary range from $33,821 to $33,821.
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Graphic Designer 33,821-33,821 Los Angeles, CA, 90001 2011 U.s. Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce Graphic Designer Salaries (1)
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U.s. Hispanic Chamber ... Information
  • U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Washington, DC
  • Implementing and strengthening national programs that assist the economic development of Hispanic firms;Increasing business relationships and partnerships between the corporate sector and Hispanic-owned businesses;Promoting international trade between Hispanic businesses in the United States and Latin America;Monitoring legislation, policies and programs that affect the Hispanic business community; Providing technical assistance to Hispanic business associations and entrepreneurs.