How Much Money Does a Forensic Investigator Make?

Answer Forensic investigators examine evidence from crime scenes that they gather themselves or are submitted by law enforcement officers. If they work for large crime labs, they may specialize in areas s... Read More »

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How much money does a criminal investigator make?

The PayScale Report reports that as of April 2010, criminal investigators average $35,081 to $56,857 annually with one to four years' experience. Those with five to nine years make $39,569 to $68,0... Read More »

How much money does a private investigator make?

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual salary for a private investigator is $41,760 (as of 2008), with the top earners making as much as $76,640. Virginia, New Jersey and Ca... Read More »

How to Become a Criminal Forensic Investigator?

Forensics is a growing field that involves both science and some elements of law enforcement. Forensics can make the difference between finding someone guilty and leaving a crime unsolved. There ar... Read More »

What is the salary of a forensic investigator?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average salary of a forensic investigator was $23.97 per hour in 2008. Job openings for forensic investigators are expected to grow 20 percent ... Read More »