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Criminal justice careers range from law enforcement, forensics and legal professionals to contractors. Those who take on this career must have at least a bachelor degree in criminal justice or law enforcement.
Domestic violence is as old as humanity. Incidents of domestic violence appear in all the great classics - from the Bible to Homer's Odyssey.It seems that to abuse the weak and the intimate comes to us naturally.
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Some pro bono projects offer assistance to defendants who are unable to afford attorneys in civil suits, but there is no guaranteed right to an appointed attorney as there are in criminal actions. If you are unable to obtain low cost or free legal assistance, you will need to do the research and a…
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A person who reads, speaks, and can write a foreign language due to the fact that this language was their "First Language" at home, need not go a college. They may, however have to pass an ability test, in that language, as well as in English, to be considered as a competent " Translator". An i…
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You can have your name and address change or go live with a friend who is out of the country and stay away from him.  First of all I am a female police officer who is also married to an officer. I don't know what state you are in, but in Texas a conviction of Domestic Violence is the end to an…
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Answer My department includes : Chief Assistant Chief Captains Leiutenants Sergeants Corporals Patrol Officers DOT Officers (big truck regulations) Bicycle Officers Motorcycle Officers Training Officers Community Relation Officers Detectives Narcotics Juvenile Property…
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Although certain types of debts are not dischargeable like most taxes or debts related to child support, chances are the debt will be dischargeable. If you have grounds to fight the discharge such as fraud, you may need to file an action called an adversary proceeding to prove the grounds for object…
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There are states such as Florida who require you to be only 19. Of course, I think you should have to be older to have the responsibilities of a police officer. It varies from one state to another, but I would suggest that you have to be at least able to vote to be considered for that empoyment. If…
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Answer It really depends on how much start up cash you have. You don't have to obtain any formal training as you are in business for yourself. You might want to check out a couple of guides on becoming a wedding planner.
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· Airport Security Officer · Animal Treatment Investigator · Bailiff · Body Guard · Border Patrol Agent · CIA Agent · Child Support Agency Worker · Community Service Coordinator · Compliance Manager · Corrections Officer · Court Clerk · Customs Agent · Deportation Officer · Deputy Mars…
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In order to become a Settlement Officer in Maryland, also known as a title producer, one must first attend a Maryland certified pre-licensing course. The course is offered by several providers approved by the Maryland Insurance Administration. One of the providers is The Training Exchange.
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Becoming a paid choreographer can take many years. The key to becoming a choreographer is creating and filming dance pieces, networking in the dance community, and going to dance workshops.
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Detectives have a higher salary than uniformed police. The salary is determined by the city they work for.
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Answer In the US, you first need to graduate high school, then get a bachelor's degree from a reputable university. Then, you take the LSAT (admissions test for law school) and begin applying to law schools. If you are accepted to one, you will spend 3 years there. Once you've completed law school, …
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payPennsylvania pays about 48,780 dollars a year and in training they pay about 1,079 every two weeks.
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Some larger agencies require college degrees, while some smaller ones only require high school degrees, and there are departments that like some college. Military experience is often looked upon as a plus. You must have a high school diploma or GED, and graduate from an accredited police academy. …
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The job environment for a detective is not clean or pretty. They have to physically go into the location where the crime has been committed and handle things that most of us would not like to touch. They may need to work long hours at a time; they usually can't discuss their work at home; they see t…
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Answer It depends upon whether the attorney has a private practice or works with a firm and also the geographical area, large metro attorneys generally earn more than those in smaller communities. A family law attorney in my immediate family earns a yearly salary of $80,000 plus benefits an…
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Law enforcement offers a variety of career opportunities, many of which are available to candidates without degrees. If joining the force would make your day, here's how you can prepare for a career in the field. Steps: 1. Take high school and/or continuing education courses in business math/acco…
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A biochemist needs a doctoral degree which can take up to 8 years to complete. Biochemists can work in universities and earn about $70,000 per year.
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So you want to be a judge? A bachelor�s degree and work experience usually constitute the minimum requirements for a judgeship or magistrate position. A number of lawyers become judges, and most judges have first been lawyers. In fact, Federal and State judges usually are required to be lawyers. …
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No. Not with ANY record of ANY kind of assault.
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Nobody starts as a warden.You need to begin by attending a University, and taking a four year degree in either Criminology or Psychology, or a similar discipline. Then apply for a job at the bottom of the prison's administrative staff, and start working your way up the promotion ladder. After about …
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I believe that American InterContinental is one of the best colleges you should go to get a degree as a criminal justice lawyer.
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It depends It depends on the municipality. Some will take high-school grads as young as 17. In New York City, 60 college credits (with at least a 2.0 GPA) are required before the date of hire. Although 17-year-olds can sit for the exam, you must be 21 before you're allowed to be one of "New York's F…
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Let me just start by saying that you should not be a Police Officer. Getting back to your question. As a police officer you have a "Moral Clause" in which your current agency can use to hire you. Since you are already a police officer you should know that if you did drugs (depending on what you did)…
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Depending on the department and the requirements of the state, it can take anywhere from a sfew eeks to 67 mnonths or more.
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18 years of school in all counting your kinder garden. Six years of premary school , Five years of secondary and then you have 1 year of collage and 5 years of unaverstity. Good luck :)
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Approximately three years plus additional training. Apparently you have to become a licensed physician and then have training in hematology.
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Criminal justice degree programs tend to be set up in either one of two ways. Some programs are more academic and focus on the many theories that explore the social dimensions of crime. Others are set up to prepare individuals for specific vocations. And with a criminal justice bachelor's degree, th…
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Answer If you are in a self paced class it can take as little as 9 months or as much as 18 months. Source: Current PN student
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Yes if you take care of the bench warrants and get Court dates. Minor traffic offenses like speeding or running a red light fare not serious crimes. These traffic offenses are handled as local ordinance violations (less than a misdemeanor).
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Hard to say This is a tough question to answer because it depends upon so many things, not the least of which is a lack of a clear definition of what qualifies someone to be a guitar player. Other important factors are how much talent one has, how much time one is willing to devote to the instru…
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Answer At least a 4 year under-grad study at a university followed by 2 years post-grad study. The actual courses that you take with your post-grad studies will help alot, such as a child and family course.
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To become a parole officer you need a degree in either psychology, criminology or sociology.
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Your answer depends on the area where the person wants to be a detective. In most smaller departments a high school diploma and from 3 to 10 years experience working as a patrol officer. In some large departments a person can apply for the position if they have the qualifications and usually they wo…
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Entry to degree courses is usually with at least two A levels and five GCSEs (A*-C). Other qualifications may be accepted for degree entry, either on their own or in combination with A levels.an approved law degree ora non-approved degree followed by a postgraduate law conversion course, known as th…
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The typical time frame for the BA/BS degree is four years. Master's degrees average about two to three years, and the Ph.D. varies tremendously--some finish in three to four years, others take five or more years. The reason it varies depends on multiple variables--finances, nature of the dissertatio…
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Prospective veterinarians must graduate with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M. or V.M.D.) degree from a 4-year program at an accredited college of veterinary medicine. There are 28 colleges in 26 States that meet accreditation standards set by the Council on Education of the American Veterinar…
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After high school, four years of medical school are required, followed by four years of pediatric residency and then three years of neonatology subspecialty training.
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Most U.S. law schools require 3 years of study to receive a Juris Doctorate, the degree required to become a lawyer. This is in addition to however long it takes to get a bachelors degree, which is required to get into law school.
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I once acquired a defense attorney. He got a $5000.00 retainer which covered everything but a jury trial. If the case would have gone to trial it would have been an additional $1000.00 per trial day. So per hour could be variable.
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Federal law and the laws in 35 of the 50 stats allow the death penalty. As of October 2009, fourteen states and the District of Columbia have abolished the death penalty; and New York has declared a portion of its capital punishment statute unconstitutional. The difference between New York's status …
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depends on the jurisdiction hiring................. todays law enforcement field liens toward a minium of an associate degree. A full degree inproves ones chances. Can't say any specific degree would be better. However, a degree in law and justice, police science or law enforcement tends to be the …
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Depends on how much money his clients are paying him. ADDED: It can depend on the area of the country, and the type of law he practices. Attorney's fees, like everything else, vary according to the geographical and demographics of particular areas.
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Types of Judges & Steps to Become A Judge It may sound typical, but it depends. To become a Federal Judge, which is a judge that presides over any federal case, including the Supreme Court, one must be nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate. The benefit to this is that federal ju…
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They need to be strong and not take any nonsense. Also they should be able to keep their cool. It's rather hard to say what "skills" a Judge needs or has. It is more a matter of process, and you develop the skills as you go. Every Judge has been a lawyer before, that much is for certain. So a basic …
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all university police officers are employed be their state. university police have the same power as a state trooper. they can pull you over anywhere in the state they preside in.Answer I'm a university police officer. I went to the same academy as my municipal counterparts. I enforce the same laws …
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3 years of college. (Should get a bachelors degree instead), then get into dental school. (if you major in chemistry it would help dramatically to get into dental school--- do more research on that, maybe) then you either be a general dentist or take 2-3 years to specialize in periodontist. Extra i…
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when police pull someone over they will always touch the back of the persons car in order to leave finger prints in case something were to happen to them
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Answer To become a police officer, submit an application with NO felony convictions, written test, oral test, physical test, psych test then invited to attend the police academy and pass. Pass probation usually one to 5 years long. In a 9 month police academy the city has invested a lot of resour…
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In Virginia: Constitution of VirginiaArticle VI - Judiciary All justices of the Supreme Court and all judges of other courts of record shall be residents of the Commonwealth and shall, at least five years prior to their appointment or election, have been admitted to the bar of the Commonwealth. Eac…
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Unfortunately there isn't a defense. If you owe the debt and have not paid it, and the creditor has exhausted it's attempts at collections, they are probably tired of wasting money trying to get money from you. If it goes to judgement, depending on the laws of your state, they may garnish your wage…
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im not actually sure. i know you have to have English, maths and science. but that's all i know. sorry:(
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It may take up to 13 years to become a radiation oncologist. This includes an undergraduate degree, medical school, and a residency program.
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Epidemiologists study the cause and transmission of diseases. To become an epidemiologist requires at least a master's degree which takes around six years. If a person wishes to work in research however, they would need a Ph.D. which takes roughly eight years.
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Because they either love to work with lil children or they want to work with lil children!
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It would take you to university for 3 years and then you would have to do a job interview and that would get you all set up for being a certified public accountant
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Answer TO BE A CHEMIST YOU NEED TO DO INTERMEDIATE (EITHER PRE-MEDICAL OR PRE-ENGINEERING GROUP) WITH MINIMUM 60% (PRE-ENGINEERING GROUP IS SLIGHTLY BATTER FOR ANALYTICAL CHENISTS & PRE-MEDICAL GROUP IS SLIGHTLY BATTER FOR ORGANIC CHEMISTS) THEN YOU ARE TO CHOOSE ANY COMBINATION OF B.Sc. OPTI…
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If you major in chemistry in college, you can go right into an internship or apply to grad school, so it could take a college degree to 4+ years afterwards depending on what type of chemistry you would like to study.
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It takes 13 years to become an oncologist
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You need to enroll in a police training program, the cost varies on the type of program you are enrolled in to train.
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Answer It depends on the station. Some Cadets can be considered as un-paid volunteers. Although in my area in southern California it is a paid position. Usually the best way to get the position is to join a police explorer program. This is a un-paid volunteer position that allows you to gain hand…
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Answer 1 out of 10 One of the Officers, Ambrose did of a heart attack in prison in 1988 or so. Two others are also deceased, DeSimone and Ballauer.
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I-20 until exit 114 go north 441 - in Baldwin, Ga turn left at the traffic light keep straight on Willingham Ave until you hit Alto, Ga. Prison on right, parking on left. Visitation on either Saturday or Sunday call 1-706-776-4700 to see what day. Mailing address;namegdc#LASPPO Box 709Alto,GA 30510-…
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You usually just need somewhere around 40 and 60 college credits, but they prefer you have a degree. The degree doesn't really matter, but they do like criminal justice, business, and public admin. degress.21 years of age (altho a FEW agencies will hire younger) - high school graduate or GED equivel…
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Only if the department requires their officers to carry a tazer. If so, then yes, all officers must be taseredIf you do get tazered, you should make sure you Have no muscle injuries or heart problems, as this could cause major problems to your health if tazered. If you were ever born with a heart mu…
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a few years of college and you all good.
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Alert a correctional supervisor a.s.a.p. This is a most difficult question to answer as any answer can and most likely cause you some troubles. Prisons are a closed system. Rules apply that do not apply on the outside. If you know for sure this is happening there are steps to take but all of them …
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the president nominates all supreme court justices and the constitution does not state any required education, however, they do need to be approved by congress so some schooling does help.
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Answer Every person is different. So, it can take different amounts of time to grow on and off a habit for different people. It also depends on what the habit is. Although your question is too general to offer much help, you may find this interesting to observe regarding creating or changing "habit…
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Four years of college, four more years of med school and two years of residency with a total of 10 years.
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The five pillars of the criminal justice system include: 1.law enforcement 2.investigation and prosecution 3.the courts 4.the correctional system 5.the community
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This is the subject of considerable debate, given the fact that there is disagreement about how to define alcoholism. AA often asserts that some people are "born" alcoholic while others contend that it takes years for a person to become alcoholic.
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county or local police, parole/ probation
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The U.S. Constitution guides the process for confirming a federal judge, but does not specify qualifications. Notably, a federal judge is not required to possess a law degree unless he serves as magistrate or bankruptcy judge. In most cases, those who assess judicial candidates apply their own crite…
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First and foremost you have to qualify to be employed as a member of a law enofrcement or investigative agency. The majority of investigators will be chosen by their superiors from among their department ranks based on many intangible qualifications of which (perhaps surprisingly), education is NOT …
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In Canada, specifically at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College: 1)Students are required to have 3-4 years of undergraduate university training to be eligible for chiropractic college 2)Chiropractic students then undergo 4 years of chiropractic college 3)Chiropractic students have the first…
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In New York when the Police Officer's first uniforms came out , they had bright copper buttons. The slang term came about as a result of this. Actually, there are two theories. The answer above is one of them. The other theory is that "cops" is an abbreviation for "Constables On Patrol" One more ex…
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Assuming you are talking about a criminal conviction for domestic violence (such as domestic violence battery), it is forever.
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  In America, most states require you earn an Associate Degree in Rad Sciences. This usually takes two years.In Australia, you need a 3 year Bachelor's degree followed by one registration (professional development) year.
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Programs range from 2-year courses of study where students earn approximately 60-70 credits and an Associate's Degree to 4-year degrees where paralegal education is the major course of study. A few institutions even offer graduate/master's degree programs in this area of work, combining legal admini…
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You must be Diploma Mechanical /Production/ Automobile holder At least .. then you appear For your Local Public Service Commission Exam Then after oral and Physical Examinationyou Become1.Ass. Motor Vehicle Inspector (AIMV)2. Motor Vehicle Inspector (IMV)3. Assistant Regional Transport Officer (ARTO…
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it's very hard to take a judge career it often takes about seven years. in other places to be a judge like Maryland you need to be 30 years
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Using the Calgary Police Force standards as typical, and realizing that other jurisdictions will have specific qualifications around items such as citizenship and age, the applicant must: CharacterHave an exemplary moral character.Demonstrate a high degree of personal integrity.Be intelligent, displ…
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A police officer is a member of the constabulary, tasked with upholding the laws passed by the Government.
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The responsibilities include carrying the dead bodies out of a crime scene and determining cause of death.
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They make about $200,000 a year.
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Dancers need to begin training at an early age and continue to practice. They can go to a dance studio to begin learning techniques and further their education by enrolling in an undergraduate program in dance. Some dancers may choose to get a teaching certificate so that they can train other indivi…
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Call 112 * If you call 112 you get to the emergency line. You can call 02800 wherever in the country and you will get to the nearest open police station. They can also put you in contact with any police station in Norway. Update: And if you should be in Norway, in an emergency, struggling to remem…
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Answer Unlike most sports, MLB uses a sophisticated minor league system to develop players as they see fit. Some players can make it from rookie ball to the majors in 2 or 3 months. Others can play in the minors for 15+ years and never make it to the bigs. For example, Albert Pujols went all the…
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Hi I really want to be an air hostess because Ive got a passion towards this profession moreover working in new teams everytime and dealing with new people is really gonna be exciting.
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This answer is dependent on the kind of role and the industry you are aiming at. Systems Analyst must have following qualifications: 1. Bachelors degree in an IT or engineer field 2. Must have a good understanding of IT architecture, IT systems, programming and development skills. For a Busines…
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Because most jobs are in basic research and development, a doctoral degree is the usual educational requirement for physicists and astronomers. Additional experience and training in a postdoctoral research appointment, although not required, is important for physicists and astronomers aspiring to p…
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Do you mean "How long does it take to become a philosopher"? You can get a 4-year bachelor of arts degree in philosophy, but to become an accepted philosopher, you'll have to say something meaningful and different to people...
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It depends on where you are. For instance, the qualifications in the city where I live used to be 2 years of college, no criminal record, and a clean driving record. If you meet those qualifications, they send you to the academy and train you for all the other stuff they want you to learn.
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