While I have not recruited specifically for Forensic Science Technicians, I have found that the best way to find out about any career is to go online and ask. There is information out there that will tell you what people do in certain careers, other sites that might describe a typical day in the role, jobsites with openings and job descriptions as well as salary ranges for the positions, etc. YouTube may have videos explaining the same. If you look at multiple sites, look for consistencies in what they say. This should help you feel more comfortable that the information you are reading is accurate.
I used Google and typed in your question. Here is what I found so far to get you started.
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Forensic Science Technicians - Bureau of Labor Statistics
Forensic science technicians aid criminal investigations by collecting and ... Typical Entry-LeveEducation, Bachelor's degree. Work Experience in a Related Occupation, None. On-the-job Training, Moderate-term on-the-job training ... what evidence should be collected and how; Take photographs of the crime scene and ...
On-the-job Training: Moderate-term on-the-job ...
Job Outlook, 2016-26: 17% (Much faster than ...
Typical Entry-Level Education: Bachelor's degr...
Number of Jobs, 2016: 15,400
Forensic Science Technician Education and Training Requirements
Learn about the education and preparation needed to become a forensic science technician. Get a quick view of the educational requirements as well as details ...
Carol recommends the following next steps:
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