Forensic Science Career
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- February 22, 2019 at 4:17 pm #54073
<p style=”text-align: left;”>No, if you are highly interested and passionate towards your career then you can make a successful career in forensic science. And it also It Depends on what kind of forensics you want to do.
I suggest being open to moving, as most states only have a few labs and you will most likely be applying to places in multiple states to get in. Once you get a few years experience, you will be eligible for senior scientist positions if you want to move.
Being willing to get the entry-level experience anywhere can help you to get a higher level position at a place you actually want to live in.</p>
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