Does The U.S Intelligence Agencies have a job for spies?
I love stealth and I want to support our country! So why not try to find something that suits me while helping America...
. Thank you, Bryce
- Far FallenLv 56 years agoFavorite Answer
Does any branch of the US Government employ spies? No, there is no position available that is labeled as "Spy".
That is not to say that there aren't careers in the CIA, NSA, FBI, ATF, State Dept., etc do not have jobs that might ... overlap those that one would classically associate with that of a spy.
But here's the trick: if you can't find them, you probably aren't suited for them. But, that's neither here no there, really; since I'm just yanking your chain a bit. These days the job of "spy" is less James Bond, or Jason Bourne, and more Just Boring. A background in foreign languages is a plus, as is international studies. Beyond that, there are physical requirements to meet. Just hit up the links.
- lareLv 76 years ago
yes, but you might be disappointed because a spy is basically a researcher, one who looks for facts and compiles data. spy means "to look" not "to kill". the CIA regularly recruits at college campuses for research fellows. James Bond types are fiction, not even Her Majesty's Secret Service has those. CIA spy satellites are used primarily for estimating food harvests, not military movements.
- Zhu BajieLv 66 years ago
Start by being a snitch for your local police.
- xpatinasiaLv 76 years ago
Yes, of course.
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- AshLv 66 years ago
Don't tell anyone but its called SPYING :-O
- marzmargs12Lv 66 years ago
Yes,I am such a person.