Most In-Demand Criminal Justice Careers


– [Narrator] Our society relies on an effective legal system comprised of dedicated criminal
justice professionals. Its a noble choice for those wanting to protect liberty and ensure justice. Data from the U.S. Bureau of
Labor Statistics show jobs for many criminal justice-related
occupations are expected to grow over the next five to seven years. So what careers can you get
with a criminal justice degree? Let’s take a look at the most in-demand criminal justice careers. Police and detectives deal with protecting lives and property. Federal agencies such as
the FBI require employees to have a bachelor’s degree
and a significant number of applicants for entry level police jobs are college graduates according
the the Department of Labor. The median annual wage of police officers and detectives is $62,960. Private detectives deal with
searching for information about legal, financial,
and personal matters. The median annual wage
of private detectives and investigators is $50,700. Forensic science technicians
aide criminal investigations by collecting and analyzing evidence. The median annual wage of
forensic science technicians is $57,850. Probation officers provides services to assisting rehabilitation
of law offenders in custody or on probation or parole. The median annual wage
of probation officers and correctional treatment
specialists is $51,410. Security guards patrol
and protect property against theft, vandalism,
and other illegal activity. The median annual wage of security guards and gaming surveillance
officers is $26,900. You can also use a criminal
justice bachelor’s degree to continue your education
and become a lawyer or judge. Visit CCIS.edu to learn more about earning your
criminal justice degree. (bright music)

7 Responses

  1. Handa Munis# says:

    Great

  2. Water Man says:

    Probation officer will be me, need money

  3. Super Friday says:

    Forensics is a different field

  4. ThomsT says:

    I always wanted to be a forensic science technician but I hate school..

  5. Aaisha Tillman says:

    Thank you

  6. rayan abu omar says:

    I get straight A's in school. One of the smartest in my school, the teachers expect me to become a Surgeon or Lawyer, but I feel like my true passion is to become a police officer, but the only problem is that my friends, family, and everyone around me thinks that jobs are only for stupid people, and now I ended up in med school, and I absolutely hate it, regret ever going to med school. UGHHHHH

  7. Jordan Marshall says:

    Thanks for the video 💪🏾

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