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Most job opportunities open to firefighters today require applicants to have a high school education. "Today's firefighter needs to have a good understanding of the sciences, as much of what line firefighters do revolves around emergency medical services and the extinguishment of fire," says Chief Randy Bruegman, Fresno (California) Fire Department. "Therefore, classes in related sciences such as anatomy, physics, and biology are very helpful."
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