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Tips for Staying Safe in a #SocialMedia Thirsty World http://t.co/yaaz31b8Xw

Use your military experience to your advantage when job hunting. Check out these other tips perfect for #CTUmilitary job seekers.

@cjfromtheguard Happy to hear you are able to bounce back and get excited! What class do you have coming up?

"We are in an age of cyber-uncertainty" says CTU Dean of Security Studies, Nadav Morag, PhD. Read his blog on the #Sony cyberattack.

In 2015 I will learn to _________. #IAmCTU http://t.co/4Uuha6trP6

What does 2015 have in store for you?

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