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Homeland Security

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Homeland Security is a dynamic and diverse career field. Like security threats themselves, the work required to protect the nation is constantly changing. That work cuts across numerous disciplines, creating job possibilities for people with nearly any level of education and experience. Options exist both for those who like to be in the forefront and for those who prefer to work in the background. The scope of homeland security practice is broad, encompassing a wide range of disciplines.  People who work in homeland security anticipate, prepare for, prevent, and react to everything from pandemics to hurricanes to terrorism. These workers help to reduce our nation’s vulnerabilities and to minimize the damage from catastrophic events

Homeland Security 

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