Career questions tagged scene
Is there a way for me to know if crime scene investigation is a job I would like without having to go through years of college and training before realizing I don'tactually enjoy the job?
I've been wanting to be a crime scene investigator since middle school but I hear people talk about going to college for many years because they keep changing their majors. The most common reason why is because they said once they got into the actual courses for their major or career fields, they didn't like the job as much as they thought they would. Thank you! #law #criminology #crime #pre-law #investigation #scene #criminal-investigation
If you're a crime scene investigator, crime never happens at a set time and each crime scene is horrific in its own way I'm sure so how do you handle the horrific natures of some crime scenes and blance work with family and other things outside of work?
I've heard that people in criminal justice (depending on what they do in the department) have a hard time having enough family time with the work they do and how sometimes the crime scenes leave images stuck in her head. I just want to know the best way to handle things and balance time if I decide to go into this career field. Thank you! #criminal #crime #justice #investigator #balance #scene #life-balance
How much money does a Crime Scene Investigator make?
I know that people who work in this field tend to work irregular hours so the amount that certain individuals are paid may vary. Some work very few hours whereas others work many hours including evenings and weekends. I would not mind working a lot of hours as long as i get paid a decent amount of money. Specifically, how much money do people earn to start compared to how much they make after years of working in that field? #crime #investigator #scene