Currently, I am weighing my options for the future- I'm planning to go to UW Platteville to pursue a career in forensic investigation this fall. However, I realise that job openings for this career are slim, and taking that into consideration, I am unsure of the workload that I may face.
I would like to pursue a career in the forensic science field but I am not exactly sure what I would want to do.
I am unsure of how to begin my career.
I want to know what kind of difficulties a typical forensic scientist would have to go through.
How hard is a regular day for a forensic doctor
I intend to pursue forensic science, and I'm leaning toward lab work primarily instead of investigating crime scenes. Given that I will be assisting with solving cases involving people who have been assaulted or murdered, I'd like to know how the emotional response to other humans being hurt or kil
Forensic Science is the field I am interested in but I would like to know a little more about it, such as, the daily duties and what to be prepared for.
I don't know which schools to choose from.
I am preparing for a career in forensic science.
Since I have to get my forensic degree in order to do what I want to I'm looking for a good collage
I am an aspiring forensic scientist and was wondering what a typical day would like. How many hours do they work? Do they work odd hours? What processes do they go through every day? That sort of information would be helpful.
I would like to prepare myself with this type of information before actually going out on the field.
Is it realistic to get a good job in forensics science? what kind of jobs would that include?
There are many aspects of being a forensic tech, such as blood spatter, DNA, fingerprinting, etc. Is there one that should be focused on most?
I'm a sophomore in high school and i really want to be an Forensic Science Technician but I don't what character traits I need to improve to be onw
This is the profession I wish to pursue and I need as much accurate information as possible.
I am doing a project and need to be able to explain a typical day in this field. (bio or chemi)
Some clarification, I would like to know the years of college, medical school, residence etc.
I want to become a Forensic Pathologist
I want to become a Forensic Pathologist.
Would there be any real content in a smaller town, or should I look for a position on a homicide team in a larger city?
I am a young woman looking into becoming a Forensic Chemist, and I have not researched enough about the topic to know if it was predominantly male or female. So my question here is there any specific obstacles I will face due to gender in this field? Will some situations be tougher to deal with? Or
It would be helpful to know what classes are recommended for me to take in college and any advise from professionals that may help me in the future.
I'm very anxious to start a career in forensics and I would love to know how long it usually takes to get a job after graduating.
I am curious on how long is it going to take me in order to become a successful forensic doctor
I would like to be a forensic scientist or something in that field and I'd like to learn more about my opportunities at each college
I would like to major in forensic science.
I'm asking cause I'm curious about how many jobs are likely to be available for people graduating with degrees in the STEM field.
I would like to know how much flexibility, career-wise, I have with this major. It is really interesting and I would really like to pursue it, but I don't really know about what comes afterwards.
I am asking this question because I want to be a Forensic Toxicologist and I want to know how the job actually feels once you have it as a career.