Track down people and dig up information for a private contractor.
When you’re a Spy, your job title can be anything, from Manager to Waiter, even criminal. The reason for the multitude of names? As a Spy, your job is to gather information from a range of sources, and you need to do it in any way you can. That includes putting on a disguise.
There are a few different paths that you can take to get into this career, and you can focus on a range of specialties, from technical to languages. The title “Spy” isn’t really used anymore. Instead, you’re now called a Covert Investigator or, more broadly, a CIA Agent. Whatever the title, it means you investigate and protect US interests abroad.
You investigate things like terrorism, fraud, corrupt governments, and a wide variety of other crimes. Your job is to keep Policymakers and the President Of The United States aware and informed on the happenings around the world.
You can find the information you need in a lot of different ways. You might get to go undercover and pretend to be a different person, but for the most part, your job is much more routine. You carry out interviews with informants and allied Agents, analyze data, and read through research. You look for possible international problems, such as civil unrest, war, famine—anything that can cause problems for the United States.
This job involves a lot of collaboration and communication. You work with other Agents, international police forces, or informants. The informants you work with are usually average people, so the ability to speak their language is a big plus.