Government Property Inspectors and Investigators

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Military:

Good management and planning reduces waste and inefficiency. By improving its management techniques, the military makes the best use of its human and material resources. Management analysts and planners study operations and organizations, identify and evaluate problems, and develop recommendations based on their findings.

Job Titles

  • Advanced Communications Officer
  • Advanced Information Operations (IO) Planner
  • C4 Planner
  • Defense Systems Analyst
  • Director, Complaints Resolution

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Nationwide Salary Average*

Military:
$133,397

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