what jobs can i get whit a DOD Top secret security whit SCI and i don't want to go into any military branch?

I was in the army reserves as a 96 B(intelligence analyst), got out a few years ago, Just want to know about good paying jobs i could get with out a degree.

Asked By: Colleen and Michael C - 8/25/2010
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IF your clearance is still valid, there's jobs overseas. has a searchable database. Most intelligence agencies want you to have a college degree. Many analysts have a Master's Degree. You are going to need to get educated if you really want this as a career field... More
Answered By: HDH - 8/25/2010
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You HAD that clearance. As an MI Soldier you should have benn VERY aware how clearances work. You ONLY have a TS-SCI when IN a duty position that you need it. As soon as you LEAVE a position that requires it it is yanked and not active. As soon as you leave the service (well about6 months actually) your entire... More
Answered By: redleg - 8/25/2010
Your clearance probably isn't even valid anymore without an update investigation - but you might look at defense contractors.
Answered By: Caveat Emptor - 8/25/2010
A TS clearance expires five years after it was granted. In addition - all security clearances expire after 24 months of inactivity.
Answered By: MikeGolf - 8/25/2010
Virtually all federal governmental organizations who deal in classified matters would be interested in employing you. On a local level that would include the FBI and Homeland Security organizations as well. A number of years ago I served in the US Army (Security Agency) and carried a top secret clearance. When I got... More
Answered By: rgchappell - 8/25/2010
I do believe you would need to demonstrate better pronunciation than displayed in your question to get something as menial as ditch digger.
Answered By: Pete T - 8/25/2010
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