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What is interesting about being a CIA agent?
Weegy: The CIA is as the forefront of world-altering events — as they happen. So working there isn't just a job, it's a mindset and a lifestyle. You could find yourself in the news rather than just reading it. (More)
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Why is being a CIA agent interesting?
Weegy: The jobs require a high level of intelligence, training, self-reliance and interpersonal skills. (More)
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What is the role of a CIA agent?
Weegy: The Job of an Analyst Analysts are skilled subject-matter experts who study and evaluate information from many sources. [ Information flows in from around the world, including satellite surveillance, foreign newspapers and broadcasts, and human contacts. This information varies widely in terms of reliability, and often it is conflicting or incomplete. The analyst's role is to develop meaningful and usable intelligence assessments from all of those sources. Often this is like putting together the pieces of a puzzle, received at different times from different places, to form a picture that is complete enough to comprehend — even when some pieces are still missing. ] User: Why would you think that the a CIA job could be an interesting job to have? (More)
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Why would you think that a CIA job could be an interesting job to have?
Weegy: hile the spying side of the CIA might be the seemingly glamor filled side you're hankering after, the Directorate of Operations (or "clandestine service" where the spies are located), is but one part of the CIA and a small part at that. [ The majority of CIA employees work in analytical positions, language positions and science, engineering, and technology positions. ] (More)
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Because of ebanking do you think the personal touch of the banking system is a thing of the past? Why or why not?
Weegy: Yes,ebanking has reduced personal contact with banks and caused work force reductions, because most of people use ebanking. [smile] User: Do you think the personal touch of the ebanking system is a thing of the past? Why or why not? (More)
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