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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minimum age is 50, mandatory age is 57
There is no set requirement degrees for an FBI agent, you just need a four year college degree and 3 years of related work experience.
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..
Its Quite Hard You'll Have To Be Really Good!
Access their website, and apply online. Good luck!
Simply visit the FBI website. There are a number of different "agent" type jobs available. There are some minimum qualifications and training programs. https://www.fbijobs.gov…/11.asp
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 accountan…ts. 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 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 need to apply to join the FBI.
You have to get a degree, a Bachelors degree, but most companies doesnt want to see that they are looking for a masters degree.
depends if the child goes totiny tots play group they have a secret underground training if you have the money
go to training at the tele and wait for ur trainer to come and he or she will tell u to read yellow stickies and if u pass u become an FBI agent
A four year college degree from any accredited university is required before applying to the FBI. It is probably helpful if the degree included law enforcement and/or criminol…ogy and psychology courses.