There are three main benefits that you can potentially get from any job that you decide to take on. The first of these three is money, ideally lots of it. The second benefit that you can get from working a job is prestige and respect. Finally, we have the third benefit which is that you might be involved in a job that is really fun to focus on once all has been said and is now out of the way. Unfortunately, most people need to make do with at most two of these benefits, and it’s not uncommon to find people that have settled for just one of them.

It’s truly rare to find a job that can provide all three benefits simultaneously, although we’d hazard a guess that PIs tend to get the best of all words. The reason behind this is that they have a lot of flexibility regarding their work hours, and the tasks that they perform have the kind of impact that they can see with their own two eyes. An agency like pays its PIs incredible salaries with lots of perks and benefits to boot, so if you want to join them you need to know how this process works.

Becoming a licensed PI starts with getting at least an associate’s degree in law or criminal justice. This will set you up nicely for future training, since your PI classes will be much simpler to understand than might have been the case otherwise. There is also a background check that you’d have to go through, so if you have a criminal record you should know that you are fresh out of luck.

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