MIL For those servicemembers with security clearances.....

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  1. Sharkticon

    Sharkticon The safest place in combat is on an AEGIS Class Gu

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    www.clearance jobs.com

    This website lists jobs throughout the country with defense industry employers that require a security clearance of some level.

    Those with security clearances can make anywhere from $10k to $50 more than those that do not have a clearance.

    Enjoy. :bigthumb:
     
  2. Sharkticon

    Sharkticon The safest place in combat is on an AEGIS Class Gu

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    Accord New Member

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    When they do a financial/credit check on you, what do they actually look for? Just to make sure you're not in debt and are fiscally responsible or?
     
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    andymodem Ambitious, but rubbish.

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    Please expand your search and try again.

    Guess i'm not moving back to Minnesota. :hsd:
     
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    andymodem Ambitious, but rubbish.

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    :bowdown: :bowdown:
     
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    SweetDaddyO we need a montage!!

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    if you're in serious debt to someone else, you become a federal liability
     
  7. Sharkticon

    Sharkticon The safest place in combat is on an AEGIS Class Gu

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    As others have stated, that is affirmative. Servicemembers with financial problems are liabilities and you don't want them to have access to sensative materials.

    I worked with one poor soul whos mother ruined his credit. Mom used his name to finance her business which went belly up. The command pulled his clearance immediately. His department had to change the cypher locks and other combinations.
     
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    BlackHBDX The grey fixer

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    Damn, there's a lot of IT jobs.
     
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    TRN Well-Known Member

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    I can't wait to be able to start looking.
    I've got a TS/SCI so I should be golden with alot of hard work to keep buildig the resume.
     
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    Just be sure to not let that shit lapse on you. Happened to a friend of mine waited too long to renew it before he got out ended up biting him in the ass. Make sure you have AT LEAST 12 months left on your clearance by your EAOS it takes almost nothing to renew it but it's a pain in the ass to get it all over again (plus it would cost your employer a hell of a lot more)
     
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    True. I think it's every 5 years or something it has to be done, but I'm not 100% sure.
     
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    I could be mistaken but I believe TS/SCI is every 2 or 3...would have to look at that stuff again.
     

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