Freight Broker Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Freight Broker in United States

The average salary of a(n) Freight Broker in United States is $62,047.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Freight Broker in United States is $29.83.

The average bonus of a(n) Freight Broker in United States is $9,363.00.

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Agent - Freight Broker - Atlanta, GA

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Entry Level Sales Broker - Charlotte, NC

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Learn how the NFI Brokerage operations work in regards to moving freight. Work with assigned salesperson in an operational capacity to begin to understand...

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Agent/Broker - Miami, FL

Armellini Express Lines Inc

Must have general knowledge of freight transportation sales. Must have at least one year experience in freight sales *(third party a plus!)*. Agent/Broker....

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Freight Brokers / Agent - Akron, OH

Octane Logistics

Octane Logistics is looking for experienced freight brokers, agents, and independent logistics account managers, 1099 with an exciting book of business....

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Independent Agent - Chicago, IL

Pearce Worldwide Logistics

Pearce is looking for Freight Brokers/Agents who desire to be part of a well respected, financially stable, growth minded company....

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