StudentAdvisor.com Authors Guide to Great Jobs for Criminal Justice Majors

BOSTON, MA —StudentAdvisor.com (http://www.studentadvisor.com), the leading education comparison resource for students, parents and lifetime learners, today announces a new guide focusing on great jobs for criminal justice majors. Employment within the field of criminal justice is expected to grow by 22 percent over the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics and more colleges and universities are offering criminal justice degree programs than ever before.

For those students fresh out of high school or adult learners ready to embark on a new career path, a criminal justice degree could offer a wide array of opportunities as it is currently one of the fastest growing career sectors in the United States.

Among the articles offered in the Great Jobs for Criminal Justice Majors Guide:

  • Top 10 Reasons to Earn a Criminal Justice Degree
  • What to Expect in a Criminal Justice Degree Program
  • Top-Paying Careers in the Criminal Justice field
  • 10 tips for securing a job

“By 2016, the industry expects more than 724,000 job openings for police officers alone,” said Dean Tsouvalas, Editor-in-Chief of StudentAdvisor.com.”What’s more, is that many opportunities in the criminal justice industry do not require full four-year degrees, but rather certificates and field experience. We designed this guide to point students in the right direction. With the right information on career-specific training and educational programs, anyone who has aspired to be a CSI or paralegal has a great future ahead of them.”

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Great Jobs for Criminal Justice Majors

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