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SALT LAKE CITY (KSL News Services) -- The F-B-I is looking to add Utahn’s to their workforce. Recruiters are at the department of workforce services in downtown Salt Lake City interviewing candidates to become special agents.
F-B-I Recruiting Special Agent Carol Covert says job applicants need to have a four-year degree, three years work experience and be between 23 and 36 years of age and be in excellent physical condition. “We want the public to know that some of the myths behind the FBI. You don’t have to be a former law enforcement officer. You don’t have to have just certain types of degrees.”
Covert says they’re looking for people with various backgrounds. “We have a lot of candidates that come into the FBI from Utah and do foreign language capabilities. We also have a lot candidates that have great technical degrees and also a lot of diversified degrees.”
She says the bureau want agents with diversified backgrounds to apply.
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