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Intelligence Jobs and Intelligence Studies

Intelligence Jobs and Intelligence Studies

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Intelligence studies, which focuses on the history of the intelligence field as well as the applied uses of intelligence by government, corporate and NGO entities.
Intelligence studies, which focuses on the history of the intelligence field as well as the applied uses of intelligence by government, corporate and NGO entities.

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Published by: Henley-Putnam-University on Jun 22, 2009
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Potential for obtaining intelligence jobs is enhanced by focus inintelligence studies
Introduction
 While daily reports indicate massive private sector layoffs in the United States, governmentemployment appears to be relatively safe. A recent Bureau of Labor Statistics report indicatedthat government job growth will come primarily from increased homeland security needs(“Career Guide to Industries 2008: Federal Government;” Bureau of Labor Statistics, December2008). A study conducted by the Partnership for Public Service discovered that the majority of federal government new hires will come from five specific areas, including security,enforcement, and compliance, among others. These statistics suggest that strategic security careers within the federal government will continue to be in demand. Specifically, the demandfor
will continue to increase. If you are interested in such a career, one way to boost your employment potential and provide you with a competitive edge is by obtaining aneducation with a focus in
,or other areas of strategic security.
Overview of Intelligence Jobs
Government agencies have literally thousands of intelligence jobs available for qualifiedindividuals. A career in intelligence requires employees to analyze and effectively report onpolitical, economic and social trends in countries around the world in support of policymakers.Major U.S. intelligence agencies, such as the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the DefenseIntelligence Agency (DIA), and the National Security Agency (NSA) seek to hire individuals witha wide variety of skills and expertise. In addition to these standard intelligence agencies, othergovernment agencies also employ intelligence analysts. These agencies include the following:
 Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency (AIA/ISR Agency); Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM); Coast Guard Intelligence (CGI); Department of Energy, Office of Intelligence (DOE/IN); Department of Homeland Security, Office of  Intelligence and Analysis (DHS/OIA); Department of State, Bureau of Intelligence and  Research (DOS/INR); Department of the Treasury, Office of Intelligence and Analysis(DOT/OIA); Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA); Federal Bureau of Investigation(FBI);Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA); National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency(NGA);National Reconnaissance Office (NRO); and the Navy, Office of Naval Intelligence(ONI) .

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