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It should not come as a surprise, but to many young people it does: What you do during high school and college can have a significant impact on career opportunities. Some students think that as long as they get good grades, everything will turn out just fine. But many talented people have failed to get the federal job they want because of an unlawful act they committed dur It should not come as a surprise, but to many young people it does: What you do during high school and college can have a significant impact on career opportunities. Some students think that as long as they get good grades, everything will turn out just fine. But many talented people have failed to get the federal job they want because of an unlawful act they committed during a moment of indiscretion. In this groundbreaking guidebook, Lorraine Koster, a licensed private investigator with more than 20 years of experience, shares her insights into why and how federal government pre-employment background investigations are conducted and how to master the application process. Learn what information is available to investigators, how to find career opportunities, the best ways to navigate the application process and much more. Acting responsibly at an early age is important for anyone wanting to succeed later in life. Take the first step into landing that dream job in Students Beware: Life Does Not Begin at 21.


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It should not come as a surprise, but to many young people it does: What you do during high school and college can have a significant impact on career opportunities. Some students think that as long as they get good grades, everything will turn out just fine. But many talented people have failed to get the federal job they want because of an unlawful act they committed dur It should not come as a surprise, but to many young people it does: What you do during high school and college can have a significant impact on career opportunities. Some students think that as long as they get good grades, everything will turn out just fine. But many talented people have failed to get the federal job they want because of an unlawful act they committed during a moment of indiscretion. In this groundbreaking guidebook, Lorraine Koster, a licensed private investigator with more than 20 years of experience, shares her insights into why and how federal government pre-employment background investigations are conducted and how to master the application process. Learn what information is available to investigators, how to find career opportunities, the best ways to navigate the application process and much more. Acting responsibly at an early age is important for anyone wanting to succeed later in life. Take the first step into landing that dream job in Students Beware: Life Does Not Begin at 21.

33 review for Students Beware: Life Does Not Begin at 21: A Federal Government Pre-Employment Background Investigation Guidebook

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mari

    I felt that this book is really informative, however, most high school students do not even think of the consequences of adolescent behavior. I would say that typically doesn't happen until at least the last 2 years of high school in my personal experience. This book should be marketed and directed more as a parenting book, as parents who care for their children would be more likely to purchase this for their children to read. If the kids are thinking about it then this book would be ok for them I felt that this book is really informative, however, most high school students do not even think of the consequences of adolescent behavior. I would say that typically doesn't happen until at least the last 2 years of high school in my personal experience. This book should be marketed and directed more as a parenting book, as parents who care for their children would be more likely to purchase this for their children to read. If the kids are thinking about it then this book would be ok for them, but to be honest, if they are thinking about their actions from a criminal justice/ legal standpoint they are probably not getting into any trouble anyways.

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