Career questions tagged investigations

User Avatar
undefined's avatar
Eva664 views

Professional jobs that don't involve spending all day on the computer

I'm a political science college grad with experience working in the courts system, legal support, and criminal justice policy. I've realized that I don't like spending all day on the computer, and most of the professional jobs that I've had involve a lot of solo computer work. This last semester, I was a teaching assistant, and it was really fun to spend my time teaching and attending class, and communicating with the students and the professor. I don' t mind computer work, especially if it involves communicating with others in some way, but my ideal would be about 3 to 4 hours per day rather than 8 or 9. I'm looking at what my next steps will be after the pandemic and wondering where I can go from here that will involve moving around and communicating with people. Hoping to get ideas for an area of work, or a role within an area of work that makes sense with my experience! Given my previous experience as a TA, I've considered some type of student support role in higher education. I've also considered criminal or regulatory investigations (or audit investigations) but I'm not sure if my experience would translate into that directly. I am also looking at admin roles in areas related to my experience that seem to involve a lot of coordinating logistics & communicating with others. Thanks in advance for your time! #criminology #law #criminal-justice #teaching #higher-education #investigations

answer icon5 answers
Active
location icon
undefined's avatar
Renne1022 views

What should I do in order to work with the FBI? #FBI

I am really interested in becoming a special agent and would like to know how one becomes one. I am wondering how many years of college I should do and I am wondering where I should go. I am willing to go out of California, but have no idea if the FBI looks at the state your college is in. #FBI What should I study Where should I go #law-enforcement #police-and-law-enforcement #investigations

answer icon5 answers
Active
location icon
undefined's avatar
Michael934 views

I want to know how to become one who investigates crime but also goes out into the field to do the arrest. What career should I pursue?

I'm asking because I'm in high school and would like to start taking the right classes I need to take #criminal-investigations #criminal-justice #police #law-enforcement #investigations

answer icon3 answers
Active
location icon
undefined's avatar
Sarah5573 views

What are some types of careers that involve investigation?

I am more concerned with careers in the criminal justice field, but any careers would help me make a decision #career #criminal-justice #law-enforcement #investigations

answer icon4 answers
Active
location icon
undefined's avatar
Samantha1069 views

What might a government property investigator / inspector do through out a month?

I am a senior in high school and I am interested in working with/under the government. I know a little bit about this career, but I am interested in learning more about it to find out if it is the right career for me. I would like to get a sense of what someone in this career might do, and how they go about becoming a government property investigator/inspector. #federal-government #local-government #investigations #inspections

answer icon2 answers
Active
location icon