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Anybody work for AFI?

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  • Anybody work for AFI?

    I visited the AFI International website because I heard that they are almost always hiring. I'm told the reason for this is the violent nature of their work, basically they provide security for especially difficult work strikes.

    I've heard that the benefits are awesome - free air, board, food anywhere you fly to for the job, and 7 weeks' vacation, but pay only in the low teens, apparently not nearly enough for the stress and difficulty of the job.

    Has anyone here worked for AFI? Can anyone offer any even anecdotes about working for this company?


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    I have worked for numerous "Labor Strike Companies" the work is long, usually 12hrs 7 days a week, the pay is good and the travel is interesting.

    It is a very good start for a young, single man or woman who wants to travel.

    Your job can be anything from a cameraman to full blown Executive Protection depending on the assignment.