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CIA Careers

Updated on August 28, 2011

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A Way Up the Corporate Ladder

The fastest way up the corporate ladder is to join the CIA or another intelligence agency and serve your country. There is no longer astigmatism associated with serving in the CIA. And it is the best way to fast track your career and obtain a security clearance. Security clearances allow you to obtain jobs that are secure, high paying and have excellent benefits.

See if you have what it takes to join the CIA.

How to Become a CIA Agent.

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Besides the wonderful travel and the ability to see the world you will have the opportunity to taste exotic meals and experience different cultures. You will become the future by leading the world into a peaceful tomorrow.

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      samehada 5 years ago

      I wonder where they have the application to do the stuff James Bond does....lol

      This was very interesting BTW. I always assumed the CIA will be quite secretive abut their hiring process - like they find you - you don't go to them process. Hmm - another insight learned. Thanks JT

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      JT Walters 5 years ago from Florida

      I love the James Bond series. I think you have to apply to MI-5 for that gig. Here in the USA it is a bit more opened. You juts have to go to college to be able to apply. It doesn't mean you will get in but if you speak a foreign langauge it is all possible.

      I know the CIA has been given such a bad reputation in the war but really not a bad organization. Really good people belong that really want to make the world a better safer place.

      And available right on the internet. Anyone can apply.

      I hope you apply!!

      All MY Best,

      JT

      PS

      America embraces diversity.

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