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by SixFigureStart | March 25, 2009

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Secretive no more? It seems the Central Intelligence Agency, more commonly and spookily known as the CIA, has stepped up its recruiting. (There's no official word as to why, but it could of course be that it has failed to meet staffing goals of late.) In the past it sporadically placed spots on cable stations like Discovery, and has recently reinstated a college campus visit program -- now as one of a group of 16 federal intelligence bureaus -- that had sometimes generated student protests before. The shadowy agency also maintained a Facebook page at one time. According to AdAge, radio stations are now airing advertisements that promise to place candidates in the "center of intelligence." (Yeah, that great tag line will have hopefuls lined up pronto.) Strangely, the unit being promoted is named National Clandestine Service.

So, all you aspiring secret agents with an interest in international affairs: This is your chance. Visit the CIA site for further details.

--Posted by Todd Obolsky, Vault News & Commentary

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