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PostPosted: Tue Nov 08, 2011 12:54 am    Post subject: A few questions Reply with quote

Hello, I'm doing a biography essay for my English class and need to interview someone. If you could answer the following questions, that would be wonderful.

-Name, title, profession and the reason for choosing your profession.
-What are the benefits of your job? What keeps you in your profession?
-If you could, what would be something you would change about your profession?
-If you could give anyone some advice, what would it be? (Please give at least three things.)

Thank you for your time.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2011 12:17 am    Post subject: Interview Reply with quote

Hi Jean,

Hope I can help in this area.

Jeffrey D Barbieri
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I choice this profession because I have always been interested in forensics. As far as benefits of the job, there are little since at times the hour can be long. The people that I have worked with is what keeps me in this profession. Work is serious but life shouldn't be. It's the people you work with that keep you grounded and make you realize there are actually decent people still left in the world.

If I could change something about my profession, it would be that states are now requiring Computer Forensic Examiners to obtain Private Investigators license. I don't understand why but it's just another obstacle that is making our job harder and harder. It's a matter factor for most people here and another few years in obtaining additional training.
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