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Im looking into career choices and im tore between- Game warden, park ranger, diesel mechanic, small engines mechanic, and automotive mechanic. I want a job that I like to do and Game wardens make good pay and its something id like to do ( can you beat patrolling Minnesota lakes in winter on snowmobile, summer in the boat, patroling snowmobile trails and all the other fun outdoor things?) But i read an article about the "common 10 hour days", i think game warden is a 7 day a week job and i would like time off during deer and duck season. So how much would one work, and how to get into this? I ask because one game warden for my county stopped by my fishouse last year on a week day and then again a month or so later on sunday. so it seems he works 7 days a week

Asked By: Chase - 10/22/2011
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I don't know about Minnesota, but here our Conservation Officers work a six day on and a 2 day off work schedule. They tend to have some change in schedule so every officer works open day firearms season for deer. It takes years to get any vacation time other than using sick days... More
Answered By: Andy - 10/23/2011
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To be a Conservation Officer means you're an LEO. You enforce not only the regulations of the woods, but those outside of that as well... More
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Answered By: Gregg Andrews - Yahoo Crime Squad - 10/22/2011
 
It takes a Special dedicated individual and from the sounds of it its not you as far as full time employee.* However you can qualify for a Deputy Game Warden, or Deputy Wildlife Conservation Officer part time employee.*
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Answered By: dca2003311@yahoo.com - 10/23/2011
 
Gregg has a point. it wont be all snowmobiles and boats. it will be DUI's and crackheads and domestic violence and traffic accidents and all sorts of things. as far as wanting time off, when the hunting seasons are open, thats when you are your busiest at work. there are no set hours or days. in fact you can count... More
Answered By: Jackrabbit Slim - 10/23/2011
 
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