I am currently majoring in criminology. I want to be an intelligence analyst. I've heard from numerous amounts of people that i should join the air force to gain experience and that it would give me a higher chance of being hired. I don't know much about the air force so i would appreciate it if you would let me know any information as to which division i should join ( if you know). Thanks in advance.
I want to have an unusual job this summer, so was thinking about the reserves. What branch is the best for this sort of thing? Which would pay the most, and not involve being 'in the army', like a Navy analyst or something?
Also, sort of a side question, does being in the reserves for a few months mean that I have to work after college?
I am mostly wondering if the curriculum, job and graduate school opportunities are the same. Thanks.
I live in NJ and was thinking about the marine reserves. I wanted to pick the job intel analyst and I know fort dix has an intel production team and intel support battalion. Is that just for the army? Or if I was a marine reservist would I report there for monthly drill and 2 weeks a year? Also if I did report there what exactly would I do for those weekends/weeks? Thanks in advance for taking the time to answer.
I am 19, a female, in 4 yr. University with a double major in Political Science and Spanish and a minor in Sociology.
I would really like to know from a person who has experienced this. I'm asking you all because I don't want to have any surprises and I want to get a straightforward answer from someone who's not a recruiter. I would like an answer from someone who has gone through this process already or has had second hand experience in the army reserves.
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.
My job is a military intelligence analyst and i plan on eventually becoming an officer but i want to be an NCO first.
What score do I need to be able to get 98C - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST. I really want to work in Millitary Intelligence.
I've spoken to a recruiter on today, and was told that 68P is not available anywhere southeast (Florida, Alabama, Georgia) at all (he said "There are no medical positions available for the reserves right now). Then he said good news there are 7 other positions available (intelligence, imagery analyst etc). Is this true? Any advice on what I should do?
Also, I scored well enough to get any job in the military.
@Jayy thanks but no thanks:)
I'm trying to choose a major and I'm doing really well in economics at school so I was wondering if it would be the right choice. Thanks!
I'm thinking about joining the army after becoming an officer. Which brings me to another question, can officers do Enlisted jobs? Such as a signal intelligence analyst! So one more thing I have to ask is what's the pay for "both" of army / enlisted.
I have 5 years active duty and 4 years reserve and recently separated from the reserves a few weeks ago. I have a total of 3 combat deployments and recently returned from my third late in 2012. When I graduated from college I was activated and deployed to Afghanistan for 9 months. I'm now readjusting to civilian life and I now find myself in a predicament. I have a BA in Economics from a top 50 University and I am a CFA Level II candidate. I still cannot get a job after months of searching. I would say I am more qualified than most recent college graduates and graduated with a 3.5/4.0 GPA. I have been told by a few employers to take the military experience out of my resume because it is irrelevant and a lot of employers do not like combat experience due to the negative stigma that combat veterans have in the work place of "losing it due to PTSD". Should I remove my military experience from my resume? I did do two finance internships in college. I was told by a few individuals that interviewed after the fact that I did great and my resume but some partners at various places I have interviewed do not feel comfortable hiring a 28 year old for an entry level position and feel that there is a stigma because they have no clue how an infantry squad leader could translate into being a financial analyst. I am studying for my CFA Level II and I have offered to work at a few financial firms, hedge funds, private equity firms, ect for free just to gain some experience. I've applied everywhere and feel all my resources have been exhausted.
Hi, I enjoy analysing and investigating things, and taking many things into consideration and making accurate decisions and exact observations...can you recommend some suitable careers.
i am also a bit of an introvert, so please take that into consideration as well. I endure long periods of time by myself, but sometimes i feel the need to be around people.
i also have a very good memory and am capable of remembering minute details.
I think the best description of myself is:
I am a person that sees things as they are and i see what it could be.
Does anyone know what would have to happen to make the value of the US dollar rise again? Currently the value of the US dollar is falling in value.
I am an eleventh grader and I am interested in becoming either an FBI agent, detective, or something in that field. Besides a high school diploma, how many years of college is required? Do you go to a special college like a police academy or training school?
Does anyone have any experience or know how their friends have done this?
I probably will need to do a couple of events for some friends or something to build a portfolio, right? I am not interested in spending $2000 on an event planning course/ certification.
I'm going to Oklahoma City tomorrow morning to audition as a Guitarist in the Army Band. However, I've been thinking lately and I am going to major in Criminal Justice next year at the University of Arkansas. I doubt I will make the band, and if I'm correct, which Military Occupation will prepare me for a career in law enforcement with the CIA and FBI? And I am in the Army Reserve ROTC program. I will swear in at MEPS within the next week in Little Rock.
Thank you! Greatly appreciated!
With the US government debt and liabilities out of control, is it conceivable that the dollar could collapse.
I have been on many websites. I feel I would be good at this as I am always giving sound financial advice to other people. I would also love to give advice on getting people out of debt. Where do I train to do that?
I am CV3, so pretty colorblind. Can I still be a signaler? I was told by the recruiter at the armory near me said that I would be a good fit for a job as a signaler, but he does not know my vision test score. I understand you need a high test score on the aptitude test, which I have;however i was just turned down as a boatswain due to my colour vision deficiency. Any information regarding this or good job's for a colorblind reservist would be appreciated.