Secret Service Agent Career, Secret Service Agents Career Schools, College, Training, Jobs, and Education

How to Become Secret Service Agent
The President must be protected. After all, he’s the leader of the free world. And this doesn’t sit very well with some people. If given the chance, they will try to harm him.

This is where the secret service agents come in. They must protect the president at all cost. It’s their duty. If something happens to the president and leader of the free world, they’ve failed in this duty.

If you have thought about this noble service, then the following videos will be of help to you. We hope you enjoy them.

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Secret Service Agent Salary:
Of course, if we are asking you to consider the secret service agent career, it behooves us to tell you how much you can make, right? Not to worry! We know that too.

A new agent can make as much as $45,000 per year to start, especially while in training. The experienced agent can make as much as $65,000 per year.

Secret Service 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 advantage. Think about a concentration in criminal investigation.

We know of a school that offers criminal justice degree, with heavy concentration in criminal investigation. The school is Kaplan University. It has the most comprehensive criminal justice programs than any school we know. You should request for their free information by following this link. You have nothing to lose.

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