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Sniadowski.jpg Anjali Sniadowski, CPP, PSP, admits that a security career may not be for everyone. She can list some downsides: irregular hours and hard work. But in her mind, the pluses outweigh any negatives.

"If you are someone who likes to help people, be part of a mission greater than yourself, and don't mind unique challenges, it's definitely the right path for you," she says.

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I have 20 years military police experience in the US Marine Corps, 5 years as a Security Director for a high occupancy high rise, and 6 years as an investigation manager for a law firm. I also operated a security/consulting business for three years. I have a Masters in Criminal Justice. I moved to Europe and I am seeking an international position with a company. I currently instruct online. What would be the best strategy to get my resume to international companies?​​​

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