Question: What is difference between senator and congressman?

For this reason, and in order to distinguish who is a member of which house, a member of the Senate is typically referred to as Senator (followed by name from state), and a member of the House of Representatives is usually referred to as Congressman or Congresswoman (followed by name from the number district of ...

What is the starting salary for a US Congressman?

The compensation for most Senators, Representatives, Delegates, and the Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico is $174,000. These levels have remained unchanged since 2009.

What is the salary of US Congressman?

$174,000 Salaries of members of the United States CongressPositionSalarySenators and House Representatives$174,000Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico$174,000President pro tempore of the Senate$193,400Majority leader and minority leader of the Senate$193,4003 more rows

What jobs are held by members of Congress?

The dominant professions of Members are public service/politics, business, and law. Most Members identify as Christians, and Protestants collectively constitute the majority religious affiliation.

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