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How National Security Agency Careers Pay You Now

Updated on February 10, 2013

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NSA provides the majority of intelligence in the USA. It encompasses everything from signal intelligence to science to analysts. It is a diverse work environment that is mission focus with cutting edge technology not available to the public. The NSA offers a unique opportunity to individuals who wish to serve their country while making a difference to make the world a stronger safer place for all.


NSA Recruitment

Why the NSA?

NSA protects national security and clandestine security. It is a stable work environment encouraging a safer world for all. NSA also offers Intelligence Analyst development program to develop its own assets within the agency. They also provider school internships and leadership opportunities.

How do you get into the NSA? It is easy. There are recruiters all over college campuses looking for bright individuals who will fit into NSA. NSA welcomes a diverse work force and encourages advanced education, training and foreign language training. NSA holds its own career fairs but is also readily available at college fairs.

Why Work for NSA?

Good Will Hunting

Although this movie was entertaining it is far from accurate. NSA usually isn't interested in highering janitors although NSA is liberal enough to accept all walks of life. And while NSA provides national security and foreign intelligence they are not usually involved in over throwing countries and impoverishing the citizens of their own country or creating disasters.

NSA has a bit more finese than what is described by Good Will Hunting but that is a source and methods argument that isn't appropriate for the this Hub.

If you want a secure job in which you will matter and the ability to move up in your career. The NSA is for you.


You can readily make application at www.nsa.gov. Best of Luck!!!

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      Jt walters 6 years ago

      Supreme Court okays National Security activity so exactly what court do you think anyone has a right ot appeal to?

      No I am not confused. A life time in the Republican Party as a child of a politican and a child who worked on campaigns knows this behavior is not kosher conservative behavior. The point is Stu is if they are this wild in real life then what hope do we have that they willn't be as liberal with interpretation of the constituion, liberal in acculumating more debt, liberal and allowing wasteful and harmful pork and they are alread Machiavellian in these photos where their posing in a bikini to get votes. Lieberal Stu!! No conservative and defintely not christan.

      You think Bachmann or Palin are in control. They have handlers and not very good ones at that. And they want all the executive power they can muster. Stu, I geniunely like you but to expect anyone to be different in Washington DC is just not to understand them.

      And Bachmann can hang in a bikini but is afraid of Gay Advocates in the Bushes? Come on?

      JT

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      Stu From VT 6 years ago

      JT,

      What you're forgetting is that the courts today are hyper-activist. When a judge fails to enforce Constitutional or Congressional intent, the losing party can appeal to a higher court. The courts have absolutely zero legal power to legislate.

      You're confusing conservatism with prudishness. Conservatism means respecting framer intent for the law, limiting federal powers to those enumerated in the Constitution, reducing the federal debt, eliminating wasteful/harmful regulations, and anti-Machiavellianism (the means justify the ends).

      Executive privilege (signing statements) are illegal, period. They really can't careen out of control, since even having one single signing statement inforce is illegal.

      Stu

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      jt walters 6 years ago

      Stu,

      It is only illegal if the courts say it is illegal and the courts will not do that.

      And Palin in her Bikinni isn't a social conservative. It is a whole in the TPM the size of the grand canyon!!

      You have to be found guilty to be guilty and the courts will not protect the people. Exectutive priviledge is still careening out of control.

      All My Best,

      JT

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      Stu From VT 6 years ago

      "Executive priviledge" is based on the completely illegal concept of signing statements (signing a document saying "this law doesn't apply to me"). Obama in fact promised never to use them when campaigning, but broke this promise. Also, no executive order can legally override the Constitution. The Constitution provides for only two types of executive orders: (1) ceremonial (declaring holidays), and (2) operational (transmitting presidential orders to federal agencies). The point is that executive orders are NOT legally escape hatches from the enumerated powers clause of the Tenth Amendment. The NSA's activities under the Patriot Act, signing statements, and all executive orders that surpass enumerated powers are illegal. Just because the courts are too activist to interpret the law constructionistly does not erase Obama's and the NSA's underlying guilt.

      Re Palin, good for her. Sure beats Pelosi in a bikini. :)

      Stu

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      JT Walters 6 years ago from Florida

      Stu,

      Michelle Bachmann advertoses with them. NSA doesn't need to follow the law they have executive priviledge.

      All My Best,

      JT

      PS

      Did you catch Palin in her Bikinni? You should check out my hub on her!!! TPM isn't conservative at all!!!

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      Stu From VT 6 years ago

      JT,

      I'm not against the NSA. All I'm saying is, if they want to wiretap landline or satellite transmissions, get reasonable cause, and get a warrant. Just the way the cops do it.

      Stu

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      jt walters 6 years ago

      I agree the patriot act is unconstitutional!!! I agre that all the radicals in this country ned to be tossed out to fight for this country. I agree 9/11 was a horrific tragedy byt ut recruited more people to the CIA than any one event in history. NSA has always existed since we hae had telepphones but under different names. I doubt we will get rid of NSA. NSA is trying to portect us from terroroists within uor own boraders and I would think you could be on board with that Stu. It doesn't matter before this elections is over something else is going to be blown up if nothing more than for recruiting purposes.

      JT

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      Stu From VT 6 years ago

      Hi JT,

      The whole problem is that the Patriot Act is unconstitutional (it violates the 1st, 4th, 5th, and 6th amendments). And federal agencies like the NSA are up to their necks in crimes "justified" by this horrid piece of legislation.

      We have laws, and a military, to address national security violations. We should rely on them, as well as pull away the red carpet to radical Islamic front men, spies, and terror funders. 9/11 was a horrific tragedy, but it's over. We need to get on with life, toss the radical Islamics out of the country or incarcerate them, and bomb the crap out of anyone that screws with us. By appeasing radical Islam, we are our own worst enemy.

      Stu

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      Jt Walters 6 years ago

      I would believe the NSA would say they were protecting the National Security of this Country and not really spying on peaceful people. And it isn't nice to call the NSA, "Moonbats". They are pretty smart people who are very dedicated to their work. It isn't exactly an easy job working for the NSA and oh, BTW Michelle Bachmann has ads all over their website. She probably works for them!!!

      And in only the instance of her do I agree; "Moonbat!!!".

      You should have checked out the site to see you hero Michelle Bachmann.

      I agree federal employment use to be safe but I have a feeling they are about to all lose their jobs.

      JT

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      Stu From VT 6 years ago

      If you want a secure job, just choose any federal offer.

      And I wish the NSA would obey the Bill of Rights, stop the roving wiretaps, and tell Obama where to shove the Patriot Act.

      In case these moonbats never figured it out, we're the people they are supposed to protect, not spy on.

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