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A detective type job that works only on murder crimes but doesn't have to touch at the body, they may look at the body but not have to touch it. They're main job is to kind of put all the pieces together. And any jobs in the same field are helpful too.

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If you work homicide or any job even closely related to it, you can't be squeamish about dead bodies. It's not the dead ones that can hurt you, unless you're not wearing gloves :)

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Ewww star
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I know! it was hard for me in the beginning, still is when it's kids..
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Oh... I guess i didn't imagine you having to see that but I it happens...
That would shake me up too much...
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an actor on csi

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Watch "Castle"

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I would say a frenzique antropoligist. Their job is to look at the body over with high tech equipment, and computers. They are the ones who figure out who the body is.

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1letmeknow1, yes, crime scene analyst. however, there would be a huge amount of education involved. just think about the wide variety of disiplines you'd have to be able to have mental access to. everything from all stages and kinds of insects to all about physiology and anatomy, chemistry, psychology, and on and on.I'm not trying to be discouraging,but I do think you deserve to know what you'd be getting into, scholasticly.good luck

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Is there anything along the same lines that may not be as general, more specific and would require less schooling?
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1letmeknow1, in the past I would've said" go through the academy, and really push to make detective.then go into homicide." but, now days I think they require at the very least, a b.a., or a masters to move into those positions. to get into the really interesting jobs like what you want, now, because more and more of the investigative jobs are relying on advanced technologies and sciences, you need corresponding degrees. just no way around it. you've got to pay your dues! the only kind of employment that I can think of, that has less time in school, and sometimes is pretty intense is being a private detective. granted, your butt will probably be asleep more than you are.but when it is exclting, it's really exciting!! I hope you find your direction easily and soon.
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CSI actor

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If you want to be a detective and work on murders, you are going to have to get over being squeamish. Sooner or later you will have to "touch" something you don't want to.

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I'm not really squeamish, I just don't really want to pull body parts off and examine them.
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I can understand that. But you should get yourself to the point where you are able to touch a dead body if you're going to be a detective and work on murders. There will be times when you need to get a piece of evidence with no time to spare, such as during heavy rain. Good luck with your ambition. In my youth, I wanted to be a detective, but was too lazy to do all the necessary studying.
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