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FC: Forensic SCIENCE TECHNICIAN! | By: Mariah Wassell
1: Forensic Science Technician!
3: Job Description: collect evidence from scene, transfer evidence to crime lab, identify and classify crime scene evidence through scientific analysis, find links between suspects and criminal activity, reconstruct the crime scene based on scientific findings.
5: Hours of job: staggered day,evening, night shifts and probably overtime to collect available evidence. Work environment: police department,crime laboratories,morgues, medical examiner/coroner officers
7: College: Bachelors degree Training: extensive amounts of on the job training for those who investigate crime scenes and those who work in labs.
9: This job is available in Almost all states. They may work for the federal,state and local government. | Annual Wage: 51,570 Comes with sick days, paid vacation day, health, ocular and dental benefits
11: Advantages! -very hands on -every case is unique -work close with different people | Disadvantages! -different amounts of work from day to day -journalists may bother you -may have to go to court to present evidence
12: This job is available in Almost all states. They may work for the federal,state and local government.
13: Citations: www.edu.pe.ca/kish/grassroots/chem/ forsci.ham "Forensics" article by Paul L. Kirk -1974 "Forensic Science Technician" Occupational Outlook Handbook,published on Thursday, March 29, 2012