I'm not worried about finding a job in criminal justice. Like I said, theres a strong market for law enforcement and I'm not going to be a cop with a bach's degree. Anything that deals with crime and preventing it will be my thing. I can't wait. Once I get my degree I plan to apply to a local police or better yet the state police (they are much more prestigious). After working with them for 5-6 years, I will quit and put in an "application" for the Feds. With some good old fashioned police expirence and a solid education backing it I should have no problem getting a job that I like doing. There are many many options when dealing with crime. I could be a detective, cop, luietenant of a barrack, DEA, FBI, homeland security etc. etc. I could do anything from working with criminal statisitcs, to fingerprinting to making actual arrests. Or I could work with other agencies to cut down on gang violence and activities. Anyways, its something I really want to do. The only thing now that could change my mind is if I did some work study or internship and realized that I hated it. But I don't think that will happen. Atleast I hope not.
And if you can't even pass the exams you shouldn't be working with the "5-0" anyways. I've been through the program before, it wasn't brain surgery, mostly common sense.