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U.s. Chamber Of Commerce average salary is $111,015, median salary is $108,675 with a salary range from $54,370 to $170,000.
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  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce
  • Industry: Non-Profit
  • City: Washington, DC
  • Representing your ideas¡ªand interests¡ªin Washington for nearly a century.Whether you own a business, represent one, lead a corporate office, or manage an association, the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of AmericaSM provides you with a voice of experience and influence in Washington, D.C., and around the globe. Our staff of experts¡ªpolicy specialists, lobbyists, and lawyers¡ªmake up the world's largest not-for-profit business federation, representing: 3,000,000 businesses 2,800 state and local chambers 830 business associations 96 American Chambers of Commerce abroadOur members include businesses of all sizes and sectors¡ªfrom large Fortune 500 companies to home-based, one-person operations. In fact, 96%