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Do you think the time it takes to become a forensic science technician is worth it? Do you enjoy your job? If so what is your favorite part?

I really enjoy learning about cases and finding the solution and answers based on the evidence is really satisfactory to me. #student-development #human-resources #jobs #student-development #forensicwork

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Caroline’s Answer

Hi Adriana,
I think if your first question is if it’s worth it, I would really sit down and process why you are interested in becoming a forensic science technician in the first place. As we get older we walk with the path way of doing things that are “worth it” both Long and short term. The difference is even if our plan shifts, it’s all worth it because you’ve experience failing or revisiting your pathway and decided to turn another way. My point in saying all this is that it’s okay for something not to be worth it. Each experience has a lesson and a season. Do what your inner self yearns for and you might not know what that is now but you will. In the process though fail often and get back up and try again. Just like we all did when riding a bike. Wishing you all the best!

-Caroline
Thank you comment icon Thank you for this! I really appreciate it. adriana
Thank you comment icon My pleasure 🙏🏾 Caroline DeFreitas
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Amber’s Answer

Adriana,
If it is something that you enjoy, then it is worth it. I would recommend to reach out to forensic technicians to ask them work and life balance questions. Life is short and if you find something you enjoy and I say do it. If you are questioning it, then I think you are doing the right thing by seeking advice and asking questions.
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