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The retirement after becoming an FBI agent?
FBI Special Agents may receive the full FERS Basic Benefit if they retire at age 50 with 20 years of federal law enforcement officer service, or at any age with 25 years of such service. The annual FERS Basic Benefit for retiring Special Agents is 1.7 percent of the "high-3 average salary" (the average annual salary earned during the 36 consecutive months of federal employment that would produce the highest average), multiplied by 20 (representing the first 20 years of creditable service), plus one percent of the "high-3" times the number of remaining years of service. The annual pension is increased each year by a "cost-of-living adjustment" (or COLA), reflecting the bulk of the annual change in the cost of living measured by the Consumer Price Index.
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You can become an FBI agent after studying any subject, anywhere. The minimum educational requirement to become an FBI agent is a bachelor's degree in any subject. Criminal …justice might not be the best field of study for this career. The FBI is partial to law school graduates, accountants, linguists, engineers, and scientists. Most of the knowledge one would accumulate in a criminal justice degree program is taught during New Agent Training at the FBI Academy. There are many applicants for Special Agent jobs, and one needs to have special skills and considerable accomplishments to be considered. One critical requirement to become an agent is U.S. citizenship. If you studied criminal justice in Ireland as an Irish citizen, you would first have to emigrate to the United States and obtain citizenship before you could apply to the FBI.
According to fbijobs.gov, the requirements for the position are being between the ages of 23 and 37, being a resident of the Unites States, possessing a four-year degree from …a college or university accredited by one of the regional or national institutional associations recognized by the United States Secretary of Education, have at least three years of professional work experience, and have a valid driver's license. Positions are divided into five fields of expertise (which I would assume the applicant would have to have a degree in). They are Law, Accounting, Language, Computer/Information, and Diversified. Having a military background would make you a good candidate for the FBI, but you should use your military scholarship to get the required education. If you will be too old by that time, they have age waivers for eligible veterans.
you must be a USA citizen, you have to be at least 23 years or older but younger than 37, you must have a four year degree To be considered for appointment as an FBI agent, an… applicant must be a graduate of an accredited law school or a college graduate with one of the following: a major in accounting, electrical engineering, or information technology; fluency in a foreign language; or three years of related full-time work experience. An applicant must also between 23 and 37 at the time of the application. All new agents undergo 18 weeks of training at the FBI Academy on the U.S. Marine Corps base in Quantico, Virginia.
minimum age is 50, mandatory age is 57
How does someone get a job at the FBI? What's required: you need to be age 23-37, have a bachelor's degree, maybe a post-grad degree; you need to have had some kind of caree…r and excelled at it. You need 2 or 3 years of full-time employment, life experience. You must be extremely responsible; we are incredibly autonomous. Management skills: if you can supervise a bunch of other people you can certainly run yourself. Also language skills are useful: I speak Spanish fluently. We hire only a tiny percentage of applicants. The year I started, they hired 400 out of 58,000 applicants.
Its Quite Hard You'll Have To Be Really Good!
You must possess a bachelor's degree as a bare minimum for education requirements, complete the SF86 for a background check to achieve a TS/SCI/SSBI clearance (this includes h…aving good credit and no felonies), and successfully graduate from the FBI Academy in Quantico VA.
You have to get a degree, a Bachelors degree, but most companies doesnt want to see that they are looking for a masters degree.
Most FBI agents get their professional academic training (engineering, law school, accounting degree, etc.) first, then apply to become a special agent. Whether you were hired… or not would depend on the FBI's need for a forensic anthropologist or whatever other skills you had, as well as meeting their basic requirements.
To the extent of my knowledge you need a minimum of three years experience in military or law enforcement. It also helps to specialize in one thing, like computer crime or som…ething.
they would become an FBI agent because of there income or probably they would just like to protect their community
You need a bachelor's degree and preferably a master's degree, preferably in a subject area that the FBI prizes. These would be public accounting, chemistry, biology, forensic…s, etc. One or more foreign languages will help. An absolutely clear record going back to your juvenile days helps. Making sure that no one can say that you have abused drugs or alcohol or are in any way not to be trusted is essential. Making certain you are completely correct in your work and educational history is essential. Staying clear of large debts. Not gambling. Not associating with gangs or criminal associations. The FBI wants you to be clean, trustworthy, intelligent, honest, reliable, and accurate in all things. An FBI special agent is always on duty and that means they are trusting you to be a person who never slips up.
All FBI agents are required to be US Citizens.
Any college as the FBI seeks applicants with all types of skills and training, not just criminal justice. For instance, a while back they were especially looking for acc…ountants. Your best bet is to go to the highest caliber college you can afford and gain admission to, study hard, get good grades, and keep your nose clean. Doing well will be easier if you chose a major and minor that you really like, especially if you already have some adept in those areas. Save your partying till after graduation-four more years really isn't that long in the scheme of things!
you would need an MA, or masters degree. also, study 8 years of biology, chemistry, or any other science, one year internship, and assisting an FBI agent already.
Yes, but bear in mind that it will not help you and can only be a disadvantage. Although I would not let that stop me from trying.