my career field - 1 Dayshia Espinosa-Ford Ms Ochoa EDUC 1300 3rd Period My Career Field Everybody gets pushed to make sure they pick the best

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1 Dayshia Espinosa-Ford Ms. Ochoa EDUC 1300 3 rd Period My Career Field Everybody gets pushed to make sure they pick the best career path, a big factor in choosing the right career path is parents and your environment that you are in. Parents want their children to have the best future, so they need their children to be educated of course with the right and highest education. Parents want to see their kids successfully graduate from a big college, so they are able to get a high paying job and are able to do better than their parents. Personally, for me when thinking about what career path I want to go into I want to be able to make an impact in people's lives, to help others and to make sure everyone is happy and won't forget. I want a career that will get me active and that will be thrilling and fun for me. The career field I have chosen to go into is the law enforcement field because I want to join the Federal Bureau of Investigation. I do however want to join either the army or the national guard because having military training is really helpful when you are trying to apply for the FBI. I want to become an agent but, in the military, I also want to become a snipe shooter and it sounds extreme but it's because becoming a snipe shooter is extremely hard because of the schooling and training they have to go through. Especially for females, it's hard to get into this type of career path that's why I really want to push hard to do it so I can set an example for other females that are scared to try or go into a hard career path that they think is only for men. According to The Bureau of Labor Statistics "employment growth of 7% for all detectives and criminal investigators in the decade from 2016 to 2026." Training to get into the FBI requires you to have at least a bachelor's degree with three years of work-related training like being in the
2 military and the application process usually takes a year. Now for joining sniper school, there is usually five hard weeks of training. When going into the career path of trying to be an agent in the bureau you don't have to get a certain degree, yes you need to have a bachelor's or higher but it doesn't have to be a certain major in order for you to be an agent. The requirements for an agent depend on what type of degree you are trying to get so for example if you get a master's you only need two years of work experience but if you get a lower education the more work experience you need in order to join the FBI. There is a variety of majors someone can go into so go for like criminal justice,

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