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"In the three years following the
September 11th, 2001, terrorist attacks,
the Federal Bureau of Investigation hired
2,200 new Special Agents. But that was
out of more than 150,000 applicants,
and you can be sure the successful
candidates had not only relevant
backgrounds, but also determination and
a genuine desire to embark on one of the
most coveted, rewarding, and challenging
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Guide spells out exactly what the Bureau
is looking for in Special Agent candidates,
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career at the Bureau is second to none,
shows how to get the job-and how to
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at the real FBI reveals: * Smart
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to meet and network with current FBI
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investigations, SWAT team operations,
and specialty assignments work * What
agents earn, and what benefits they
receive * The prospects for
advancement, and some typical (and not
so typical) career paths * How the job
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And much more The FBI Career Guide
also reveals the common mistakes
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them. And it gives you detailed
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-- and if you do, how to show it."
The FBI Career
Guide will help
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