Public Safety

Careers in emergency and protective services are forecast to grow slower than the average for all jobs through 2014, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Despite an increase in crime rates, and especially increases in public anxiety over crime and subsequently tougher laws and sentencing, all branches of the government, federal, state, and local, have experienced budget cuts and have slowed the hiring of more officers.  

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