For job seekers with strong communications skills, integrity, and physical fitness, there’s growing opportunity in the private security field.
As the federal government looks to cut trillions of dollars in spending over the next decade, military and law enforcement careers are shrinking. But there’s a related industry that isn’t scaling back—it’s growing faster than ever.
According to the latest data, private security careers are booming, and thankfully just in time…as many veterans look for long-term careers after their military service ends.
This Infographic is courtesy of Ed Hinman, Director of Recruitment, Selection, and Training at Gavin de Becker & Associates, a threat assessment and executive protection firm that advises and protects the nation’s most at-risk public figures and organizations. A graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Mr. Hinman served eight years in the United States Marine Corps before beginning his private security career in Los Angeles, CA.
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