Counter Intelligence Career Research Paper by writingsensation

Counter Intelligence Career
This paper discusses that a career in the counter intelligence field is an exciting, demanding career that offers many benefits and a high salary potential
# 74631 | 765 words | 7 sources | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Oct 18, 2006 in Criminology (General)

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This paper explains that intelligence careers require a person to be well-rounded and to demonstrate a variety of skills to perform the many tasks required including preparing and presenting an oral presentation or write a comprehensive report. The author points out that, in addition to government work, there are many companies within the private sector that perform intelligence services for government agencies such as Sytex, Inc., which has a counterintelligence department whose primary efforts are to support counter terrorism and force protection missions and to provide technological protection. The paper relates that government agencies have a starting annual salary between $28,620-$35,452 with automatic pay increases through the first three years and thereafter promotions based on reviews can raise that salary as high as $135,136.00 a year.

Table of Contents
Tasks Required
Skills Needed
Other Requirements
Government Agencies
Private Sectors
Employment Fields
Govt. sector
Higher pay bracket
Private sector
Government sector
Private sector

From the Paper:

"After achieving the right skill set and education, there are many different paths a person interested in an intelligence career can pursue. An intelligence agent can choose from a variety of areas in either the government or private sectors. Some well-known government agencies with intelligence departments are the CIA, the FBI, the U.S. Department of State, and the Defense Intelligence Agency. All of these agencies can be applied to with an online application available at the agency's website."

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