CIA Looknig for... Librarians!

If working with numbers isn't your thing -- worry not. You don't have to be a mathematician or a spy to work at the Central Intelligence Agency. This CIA currently has a job opening for a librarian. Librarians have opportunities to serve as "embedded, or forward deployed, information experts." Translation: there may be some James Bond-like opportunities, if you want them.

You must have a master's degree, some prior library experience and the ability to pass an intensive background check, including a psychological exam and a lie detector test.

The federal government employs over 1,400 librarians.

Instructional Links

Website Article: American Library Association, Library Careers

http://www.ala.org/educationcareers/careers/librarycareerssite/home

Website: Central Intelligence Agency, Kids Zone, Getting a Job at the CIA

https://www.cia.gov/kids-page/6-12th-grade/getting-a-job-at-the-cia-1.html

Website Article: AOPA, Dreaming of Flying, Careers

http://www.aopa.org/letsgoflying/dream/whyfly/careers.html

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