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What it's really like to work as a TSA officer

When Jason Pockett joined the TSA in 2010, he said his intentions weren't wholly altruistic. "In all honesty, what brought me to the TSA was the health insurance and the pay," Pocket told Business Insider. "I didn't know what TSA really was other than airport security. But once I got there I realized the importance of the job." Before joining the US Transportation Safety Administration as a transportation security officer, or TSO, Pockett was a youth pastor at a church.
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