CIA Agent Career, CIA Agents Career Schools, Training, Jobs, and Education

How to Become CIA Agent
It’s a war out there. And the Central Intelligence Agency and its agents are out to win it. It’s a good thing too. Because this is a war we can’t afford to lose.

We know there are a lot of people out there that want to help win this war. The following videos will help you learn a little more on what the CIA does. The information should help you decide if it’s the right career for you.

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CIA Agent Career Salary:
We know what you’re thinking. How much can you make as a CIA agent, right? We are ahead of you.

A new agent can make as much as $30,000 per year to start, especially while in training. The experienced agent can make as much as $70,000 per year. Of course, like everything else, the Central Intelligence Agency keeps most of this stuff secret.

CIA Agents School:
As with most federal law enforcement agencies, you’ll need a bachelor degree to start. No major is judged to be more suitable than the other. But, we can’t help think that majoring in criminal justice or law enforcement may give you an upper hand. Think about it!

On of our favorite schools for studying criminal justice, law enforcement, or police science is Kaplan University. They are regarded as the leading innovator in online learning. You can’t go wrong with them. Request for their free information by clicking this link.

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