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Criminal Justice: Professional Resources

Occupations in Criminal Justice

With a degree in Criminal Justice, you might work as a corrections officer, a police officer, a probation officer, a victim advocate, a counselor, or a caseworker.

According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, careers in these fields are expected to grow at an average or slower than average rate, and make about $40,000-$60,000 annually. Most require an associate's degree or higher. 

For more career guidance, help with your job search, or other information, visit Career and Professional Development.

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