I'm interested in the whole, forensics thing. I like researching and experiments. I like to learn about the body system; Solar system, animals, environment, practically, everything to do with science i love. So, I was just wondering, what jobs involve a lot of research and things like that. I was thinking about a marine biologist. Forensic scientist. Or anything along those lines, Any suggestions are appreciated.
I’m a journalism major/sociology minor in college who would like to switch over to something in law enforcement. However, aside from police officer, I’m not quite sure what else I can do in the field. I’ve taken some courses on terrorism, the prison system, and criminology. I work well under stress and love investigating things and figuring them out. However, I don’t think I’m brave enough to be a field officer. Is there any behind the scenes job in law enforcement that I could do?
Public sector should account for all federal, state, and local government employees and funded projects with all of the involved contract workers, government funded research grants, government funded projects contracted to private industry (e.g. Intel, Boeing, Microsoft, Dell, United Technologies, Google, Bechtel, KBR, Sikorsky), all consultants contracted by the government, yearly road and highway construction and repair projects, museums and national parks services, armed services, government investigators and security organizations, teachers, police, fire departments, public servants, public attorneys, judges, prison employees, water and sewage employees, city trash, recycling services, transportation, urban planning, inspectors, all other government employees, state university employees and professors, public health employees, social workers, politicians, etc.
I got very confused today. The feeling of not wanting to go to college came upon me. I have taken 6 classes at a community college so far and I have been doing well until I got a C and D in one of my classes. I do not feel like doing this for 4 more years; study, study, and study..
I love animals, art, design, I have even thought about real estate.
Can I have a good career and life without earning a college degree? Will I be able to support myself and hopefully a family? What careers would be fit for me based on these descriptions?
Thank you very much,