CIA Recruiting Laid-Off Bankers in NYC
June 19, 2009
NEW YORK – Laid off from Wall Street? The CIA wants you — as long as you can pass a lie detector test and show that you are motivated by service to your country rather than your wallet.
The Central Intelligence Agency has been advertising for recruits and will be holding interviews on June 22 at a secret location in New York.
“Economics, finance and business professionals, if the quest for the bottom line is just not enough for you, the Central Intelligence Agency has a mission like no other,” one radio advertisement for the agency says.
“Join CIA’s directorate of intelligence and be a part of our global mission as an economic or financial analyst. Make a difference in your career and for your nation,” it says.
Ron Patrick, a spokesman for recruitment and retention at the CIA, told Reuters Television the agency had received several hundred resumes so far from applicants ranging from people just out of graduate school to laid-off bankers.
Posted on June 22, 2009, in Big Brother, Constitution In Focus, Economic Crisis, Police State, US News, War On Terror, World At War, World News and tagged bankers, CIA, NYC, recruitment. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.