By: Dan Anderson February 25, 2012

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Why ClearanceJobs.com?

The reason that I recommend ClearanceJobs.com so highly is because all companies requesting access to their database have to meet the following criteria:

  • Are manually screened and pre-approved.
  • Must either be an authorized U.S. government contractor or recognized national search firm.
  • Must be headquartered in the U.S.
  • Can only access the site from within the continental 48 U.S. states.
  • Must be legal U.S. citizens.

ClearanceJobs.com Review

There are a wide variety of jobs listed on ClearanceJobs.com, especially in the defense industry.

Here are just some of the types of security clearance jobs you’ll find:

  • Designing and building aircraft.
  • Information technology.
  • Designing and building submarines and ships.
  • The design and manufacture of military vehicles and weapons.

Keep in mind clearances needed to be renewed every 15 years for a confidential clearance and every 5 years for a top secret clearance.

To check out all your options, visit ClearanceJobs.com today:

It’s easy to register (you’ll need a current clearance in order to do so) and you can browse jobs by category, category or title.

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