Articles tagged with justice studies careers

Investigate Your Future: Are You Destined for a Crime-Solving Career?

It takes more than CSI reruns to be an ideal candidate for the job. So how do you know whether you’d be a good fit? We dug into the research and spoke with an expert investigator to find out what it takes to solve crimes in real life. Read on to find out if a crime-solving career could be in your future.

How Accurate are Crime Shows on TV? Debunking 7 Common Myths

If you’re looking for a criminal justice career based on what you see each week on the small screen, think again. Experts agree that the fantasy of TV doesn’t match up very well with the reality of the job. We enlisted an expert to set the record straight.

I Want to be a Paralegal ... Now What?

You're intrigued by the idea of becoming a paralegal but you're not quite sure what all that entails. We laid out the basics to give you a broad overview so you can decide if you have what it takes to pursue this profession.

What I Wish I Knew BEFORE Becoming a Paralegal

Paralegals play an integral role in a firm's success-every document filed, every interview conducted and every ounce of research collected matters. You might find that the profession is just the right fit for you.

What Can You Do With a Degree in Criminal Justice?

Most criminal justice careers fall into three main categories: law enforcement, criminology or legal. No matter which track is right for you, there are plenty of exciting and rewarding career opportunities in each field. Take a look at these career options for graduates with a degree in criminal justice.

Private Investigator vs. Police Detective: Making the Case

The case of private investigator versus police detective can be a tricky one. That’s why we gathered all of the facts to brief you on the differences between these two criminal justice careers. Examine the evidence for yourself and determine which career is right for you.

Deputy Warden Returns to School to Advance His Criminal Justice Career

It’s never too late to brush up on leadership skills and tactics to help you advance your career, says Paul Snyder, recent graduate of the Rasmussen College Human Resources and Organizational Leadership program in Topeka, Kansas. In fact, Snyder believes attending college after a successful career is the perfect time.

I Want to Be a Police Officer ... Now What?

You know you want to be a police officer, but you still want a little more information before making a commitment. We identified some of the most common questions someone in your shoes is likely asking.

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