September 11th spawned many new jobs and an even greater desire for people to apply for them. The same will likely be true because of the Boston Marathon bombings. This post may help you find a job in counterterrorism that's right for you. Read More »
By Debra Auerbach
While every worker has a different income goal, many would be happy reaching the $55,000 mark. As of 2010, the U.S. median household income was $49,445, so a job paying $55,000 is on the higher end of household earnings. Read More »
By John Powers
I am a private investigator. Which means if we met at a party you'd immediately ask: So do you, like, follow people around? Are you an ex-cop? Where'd you park the Ferrari?
Then you'd confess: Wow, I've never met a real P.I. Which partly explains your misconceptions, though in my experience the... Read More »
Here's a lesson for government employees: If you're found slacking, not only can it be really embarrassing when taxpayers find out, it may land you in the unemployment line.
At least that's what happened in a Florida case involving six lawmen in the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office; their names were... Read More »
A long-serving sheriff's deputy in Louisiana who allegedly told his supervisor that he had planted a recording device in his ex-girlfriend's bedroom has been fired and arrested, following a brief investigation.
As The (Baton Rouge) Advocate reports, David Pizzolato Jr. went inside his ex-girlfriend's... Read More »
A New Jersey police officer facing domestic-violence charges and placed on desk duty has been paid $6,200 in overtime during the three months after his arrest.
Patrick Papagni, a lieutenant with the Paterson Police Department, was placed on desk duty in October after being charged with aggravated assault... Read More »
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By Kristin Marino
To protect and to serve. If those words hold particular meaning for you, you've probably considered a career in law enforcement--and if not, you might want to. Employment for police officers and detectives is expected to grow by 10 percent... Read More »
By Marc Levy
TOWANDA, Pa. (AP) -- In a modern-day echo of the raucous Old West, small towns enjoying a boom in oil and gas drilling are seeing a sharp increase in drunken driving, bar fights and other hell-raising, blamed largely on an influx of young men who find themselves with lots of money in their... Read More »