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Police Agencies Buried in Resumes

March 12, 2009  | 

Job seekers are swamping federal, state and local police agencies during the economic downturn, a reversal from recent years when departments struggled to find qualified recruits.

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Rob Roy @ 3/12/2009 10:15 PM

No matter what the economy is like we alway's need Police officer's, Correction Officer's, Deputy's, and Firemen/women. When the economy does get bad and we get this rush of applicant's, most of them have no business wearing a badge. To them this is just a job, where at to most of us this is a way of life. I saw this in houston when I worked there. These people may have good intentions but all thier going to do is get someone hurt. You all be carefull

J Kelly @ 3/13/2009 4:46 AM

oh, I don't know, compared to some of the new college grads we get-whine about working holidays, going to nites, call in sick all the time-people who have worked for a living might be a good thing...

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