This kind of jobs usually requires citizenship. Is there a country where it's not needed or it could be gained during the training? Is there an institute worth going, preferably in Europe or any english speaking country?
I am 17 and live in Finland. I know that finnish polices are hired in scandinavian area.
I am also interested if there's private companies hiring people for that kind of job (bodyguard etc.).
I wanna know which military job does allot of protective mission... with it being a object, VIP(s), sector or wtvr.
My father worked in a clothing warehouse. My mother worked in clothing company. What is there job title and what job category do they fall into.
Job categories: clerical, craft person, farmer, farm manager,homemaker, laborer farm worker, manager administrator,military, operative, professional,proprietor,protective service, advertising, service, technical, other or deceased. Help please.
Also if he is a store owner now what is his current job title and what job category does he belong to?
At the company my mom would package the clothes and my dad would handle shipping and receiving
I have been thinking about joining the military for a while now and I am just wondering what section would best suite me. I am in school right now and plan to get my masters in chemical engineering. Is there a particular branch that I could best utilize this degree in? I have been thinking about the Navy Seals although I know it would be rigorous training. I am already in great physical condition, I think its more a factor of how I could best utilize my knowledge/skills effectively and efficiently.
I'm currently in the military. I have been through alot of tactical training with all kindz of weapons and other types of combat training. More advanced than the typical infantry personell. I'm looking to become a part of a federal agency (not sure wich one) and was wondering what type of degree I should go for. I was looking at the bachelors of arts in homeland security. Would that be a good choice. Also I hold a secret clearance and was wondering if that helps or not. I know that it not uncommon for people to have that clearance.
What kind of degree do you need?
What kind of job should you hold when studying for this?
What are your chances of getting a good job in social work, and how do you get it?
I just graduated from college and have joined the Army. My ultimate goal is to land a job as a Special/Field Agent with a federal law enforcement agency. My bachelor's degree is in criminal justice and I'm hoping that combined with military experience I will be a good candidate for a federal law enforcement position. Can anyone, preferably someone with experience, or holding a federal law enforcement position provide me with any helpful information?
I know to have a real psychology job you have to go farther. I do intend to go farther with whatever I go into, but I want to know what a bachelors degree can get me.
DEA, Air/U.S Marshal, F.B.I, maybe even SWAT. How would a B.A in criminal justice, combat experience in afghanistan as infantry airborne, and 3 years of service as a military police officer look when applying?
Not that I am interested in joining either one I am just curious, assuming you are ex-military with a degree do you think you would have a better chance of joining the CIA protective service or Clandestine vs Secret service?
I already did my freshman year in college, but now we are having financial issues. So I was thinking in attending a community college, graduate ( which by the time, I will turn 21) then apply for a police officer. Maybe after some years have passed, apply for a job as a FBI special agent. Will this work? I really want to be an FBI Special agent.
I'm 15 and i'm a girl , everyone expects nothing of me , all the guys in my family have been in the military , and it stopped with my uncles . i wanna keep the tradition going but i dont know whether to do the Army Reserve or Air Force and i dont know how i can tell my mom i want to be in the military . bc i'm an only child so she's very protective of me . but i really want to do it . Help?
Can someone give me a reall good web site or just first hand knowledge of all the types of police and law enforecment jobs such as dea, cia, and the types of police you can be.
I'm trying to change my job just do something that will make me happy. What is the job that can be rewarding financially and the job I would love to do, is there such thing as matching the job based on your horoscope sign?
What type of jobs and such should I want to do so I can put them on my application? I really want to get my degree in Sociology or Criminology and after college I want to be an Army Ranger. So can anybody suggest other, more helpful degrees or just in general what they look for going through an application? All answers appreciated, thanks.
Also can you give me information on the job. ( A website ) how much do you get paided .... what course would I do now that I have left school ?
I am a fifteen year old girl, and I am seriously considering pursuing a career as a federal agent. I want to work for the FBI or the NCIS, depending on how things go. I was thinking about working for the NCIS or another smaller government agency first for a few years, than applying for a job at the FBI. I need to know what kind of degree I should get in college and such. What should I major in? If anyone has experience with law enforcement, or has any advice, it would be very welcome. Thank you so much.
What quals are good to have before one applies? I am a 24 year old male with six years military experience a couple decorations, a ba. in criminal justice, and in good physical condition.
I want to enlist in the military, USMC specifically.
What MOSes would be best for me if I wanted a career in the FBI after my term of service?
I know its not like on tv, and ive done my research, but how difficult is it? Will it make it more difficult to be one since i am an african born muslim? I really want to do this, it seems like the perfect job. And how competitive is it? Also, how competitive is the CIA? (i can speak, read, and write in arabic)