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This acronym is part of a military operation. What is CBRNE?
By Jennifer Hinders
Court orders may encompass a wide range of documents, but all are instructions from a judge.
By Rebecca Mikulin
Park ranger requirements are extensive because park rangers must perform many duties in the course of a single day. Anyone who wants to be a park ranger must have training in the sciences, law enforcement and communications.
By Kristen Oliveri
The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. William Arthur Ward
By Minnie Chatterfield
Detention officer jobs have an expected growth rate of 5 percent over the next 8 years.
By Connie Earl Robertson
Want to know how to become a private investigator? You can learn the trade either at school or on the job, but what you need to do will also depend on your interests and where you live.
By Caroline Roberts
Histrionic personality disorder frequently manifests in attention-seeking, overly dramatic behavior. It is treated through talking therapy and medication.
By Mary P Ivy
In the specialized field of forensic nursing, nurses work with law enforcement officials, detectives and crime victims. Besides patient care, forensic nurses collect and preserve important evidence found at a crime scene.
By Alice Langholt
Before becoming a pharmacist, you'll want to consider the challenges faced by pharmacy students and pharmacists as they work from day to day.
By Rachel Mork
To ask "What is physical therapy?" is to invite a range of answers because the profession encompasses so many facets. In brief, physical therapy maximizes movement and function for people who have either permanently or temporarily lost the ability.
By Jennifer Maughan
Though it's hard to give a psychology career description because it is such a diverse field, certain factors link all psychologists together.
By Aaron Baer Harsha
The requirements to become a teacher go beyond degrees and licenses. Your personality also needs to be a good fit for the job because you will be dealing with students, parents and supervisors constantly.
By Rachel Mork
Mathematicians work to expand human knowledge and use of abstract concepts and relationships.
By Janet Grischy
Criminal charges and definitions vary with the nature of the crime, but all fall into certain categories.
By Rebecca Mikulin
Want to know how to make a modeling portfolio? You'll need an artistic eye and a vision for how you want to present yourself to potential clients.
By Jacqueline Thomas
The time required to become a cop varies by type of work, geographic location and goals.
By Mary P Ivy
The Lucifer Effect is a study in how good people can turn very bad.
By Jamie Douglas
Where do the words controller and comptroller come from, and what is the difference?
By Gail Seymour
A civil matter determines if a wrong has been done, with the aim of making a plaintiff whole.
By Janet Grischy
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