Category: Legal, Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice

Do you have a strong sense of morality and justice? Maybe you’ve always been the most argumentative of your friends and excelled at the debate club? Better yet, perhaps your strong deductive and reasoning skills always helped you through high school? Put those skills to good use with a career in the Legal, Law Enforcement, or Criminal Justice fields. There a many places you can go online to learn more about legal and law matters.

Police Officer: A Quick Look Median Salary $60,270 per year or $28.97 per hour Entry-level Education High School Diploma On-the-job training Some. Most training occurs at an academy Primary employers State and Local Police Agencies Number of positions (U.S.) 680,000 Job …

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Paralegal: A Quick Look Median Salary $46,990 per year $22.59 per hour Entry-level Education Associate’s degree On-the-job training None Primary employers Law Firms, Corporate Legal Departments, Government Agencies Number of positions (U.S.) 277,000 Job Growth (2012-2022) 17% (Faster than average) …

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Forensic Scientists: A Quick Look Median Salary $52,840 per annum Entry-level education Bachelor’s degree On-the-job training No Primary employers Forensic Laboratories, Police Departments Number of positions (U.S.) 12,900 Job Growth (2012-2022) 6% (Much slower than national average) New positions (2012-2022) 700 What …

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Court reporters: A Quick Look Median Salary $48,160 per annum Entry-level education Post-secondary certificate On-the-job training Some on-the-job training Primary employers Government Number of positions (U.S.) 21,200 Job Growth (2012-2022) 10 (On par with the national average) New positions (2012-2022) +2,000 …

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