Articles tagged with justice studies careers

Order in the Court! A Visual Guide to Courthouse Jobs

No matter where you fall on the spectrum of criminal justice jobs, if you want to work in a courthouse, there's a spot for you. We highlighted the most prominent positions and provided a bit of additional information about each one.

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.

Police Officer & Sheriff's Deputy Job Openings by State [Interactive Map]

Every community depends on its local law enforcement personnel to protect and serve its residents, but which areas are currently in need of the most help? We created this handy map to help you determine which states have the most potential for aspiring police officers and sheriff's deputies. Using this tool will help you get to know the law enforcement landscape so you can start making a plan for your future.

Paralegal vs. Lawyer: The Guide to Help You Decide

What's the difference between a lawyer and a paralegal? The number of jokes made about them. Now that we've got that out of the way, we've decided to compare the two roles in terms of salary, career outlook, job duties and education required so you can decide which route into the legal field is the best option for you.

10 Heartwarming Human Services Jobs that Let You Help Others

"Human services" is a broad phrase used to describe a large industry that focuses on just that, serving the needs of human beings. If helping others is something you're passionate about, here are 10 heartwarming human services jobs that are available to you once you've earned a human services degree.

Justice Studies Panelists Provide Insider Knowledge on Applying for Jobs

A panel of community professionals recently visited the School of Justice Studies Ocala campus to participate in an interactive and engaging discussion about students' future career options. Panelists were from the Department of Children and Family Services, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, The Federal Department of Corrections, a local bail bondsman and a paralegal.

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