Federal Bureau of Investigation

Special Agent

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Job Description

FBI agents are in charge of investigating over 200 different types of breaking the law similar to national security and federal law. The broken laws a FBI agent might investigate are bank robberies, terrorism, corruption, cyber crime, organized crime, espionage and drug trafficking.

Responsibilities

FBI agents don't have a normal work day, It depends on what they investigate. But mostly the small things they have to do is research, investigation and filling out reports.

Job Outlook

It is vary based on a person’s work history and educational qualifications.


Payment/Salary

Around $43,441

Education

You Need a four year degree in college or University.

Training

You need to do intensive training, physical fitness, defensive tactics, practical application exercises, and using weapons

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College/University to study FBI

University of Illinois at Chicago

700 S Halsted St #2029, Chicago, IL 60607
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Admission Requirements

English: 4 years

Foreign Language: 2 years

Math: 3 years

science: 3 years

Social Studies: 3 years

Take the SAT or ACT

Tuition Cost

$10,406 per year for In-State residents.

My choice of this school

I chose this school because it is close to me and I don't want to be far away from my family. Also most FBI special agents in Chicago come from U.I.C and have studied criminology or law and I know that the FBI in Chicago are very good.

My choice of this career

I chose this career because I do not like people who are doing horrible crimes like murders or other similar things like that. I have always want to stop it but I can not do anything now because I am just 14 but in the future I will be able to to do it. Another thing is my sister has been watching FBI shows and she has gotten me into them like Criminal Minds and she has studied criminology and has gave me information of what she knows.