A national security career offers many tangible benefits, but there are trade-offs. You will be asked to give up certain ‘liberties’ in the interests of security.
Efforts to modernize VA IT may carry a hefty price tag, the alternative – a security breach – could be far more costly.
Security clearances in the telecom industry are nothing new. Here’s why your next cleared job may be at CenturyLink or AT&T.
Even as the United States remains engaged in a conventional war in Afghanistan and all eyes are fixed on the Korean Peninsula, cyber threats remain prevalent.
The work of Russian intelligence is all over the news. But how well do you really know the KGB, Kremlin and Prague Spring? Test your spy knowledge.
Since 2016, some scholars in the mainstream media have been warning of the New Cold War. That term may not fit today’s reality.
Traveling for work? Even if you don’t work for the CIA, thinking like a spy may be the best way to keep your data safe on the road.
Department of Energy clearance holders saw one of the largest salary increases in the recent ClearanceJobs Salary Survey. Learn more about why DoE clearances are in demand.
How well do you know the history of the American flag? Here are seven flag day facts to help you brush up on your American history.
Just because there’s a 500,000 case backlog doesn’t mean the work doesn’t go on – but there are other serious implications for the clearance jobs market.
The security clearance backlog isn’t just a major headache. It’s also a major drain on the bottom line for both business and the government.
IT certifications are often listed as a ‘must have’ to advance your career. But do they really pay off, and if so, which certifications offer the best value?
An advanced degree can be an expensive. But it often comes with the promise of higher pay and a better career. Whether that promise pays off often depends upon the career path you choose.
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