DEA Jobs - The Latest Information Regarding Revealed
Those who wish to qualify for DEA jobs should meet several requirements set by the administration that enforces strict rules and laws to prevent drug-related violence and cases in the United States. EmpowerNetwork.com reveals the latest information regarding DEA jobs.
(PRWEB) November 03, 2012
Applicants for DEA jobs should meet certain hiring requirements. For instance, individuals who vie for the job should be drug-free and they should also complete the drug survey, which includes questions about the applicant's use of illegal drugs. The DEA also focuses on confiscating illegal substances or drugs and investigating drug trafficking incidences in the country.
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DEA jobs are for applicants who hold a Bachelor's Degree in a relevant field such as economics, computer science, criminal justice, political science or finance. It is also recommended that applicants are fluent in the English language and individuals who choose to work at the DEA should have excellent communication skills, as well as an experience in handling criminal investigations and law enforcement. Moreover, applicants should be over 21 years old, willing to work in various locations, have notable physical condition, and pass the background check. Since the job is not considered as an entry-level position, applicants should have prior experience as a law enforcer.
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