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The average salaries for jobs with the CIA fluctuate tremendously from one position to another. Whereas a human resources analyst may receive a starting salary of $130,000, special analysts may receive a starting salary ... More »

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A CIA NOC is an agent who works with a non-official cover and without obvious ties to the U.S. government. NOC agents who work in foreign countries are in more danger than agents with official cover, because they do not ... More »

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The Central Intelligence Agency offers paid internship opportunities for both graduate and undergraduate students. At these internships, students are given the opportunity to learn more about political sciences while gai... More »

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According to the Central Intelligence Agency, the average salary of a CIA agent as of 2014 is between $74,872 and $136,771 annually. CIA agents work many hours with lots of overtime and must be willing to be placed in da... More »

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Animator salaries vary according to level of experience and specific jobs, but the average annual salary ranges from $40,000 to $50,000. Entry level averages are much lower, while highly paid, seasoned animators can make... More »

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Top government jobs offer highly competitive salaries with the top 25 paying more than $50,000 on average each, and the top job of Astronomer paying an average of $116,072 in 2015. This does not include government jobs t... More »

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As of 2014, to get a job at the Central Intelligence Agency, or the CIA, there is an extensive application process. A person must fill out an application packet including extensive information for a background check and ... More »

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