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Question 1 of 13
Why are you the best arson investigator for us?
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Question 2 of 13
Tell me about an accomplishment you are most proud of.
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One accomplishment I am proud of is my life and career now. I was very lost growing up not sure of who I was and what I wanted to be. I was not a very studious and.
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Why do you want a career as an arson investigator?
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How do you handle stress and pressure?
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What was your greatest accomplishment as an arson investigator?
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About Arson Investigator

June 25th, 2018

Fire inspectors visit and inspect buildings and other structures, such as sports arenas and shopping malls, to search for fire hazards and to ensure that federal, state, and local fire codes are met. They also test and inspect fire protection and fire extinguishing equipment to ensure that it works. Fire investigators determine the origin and cause of fires by searching the surrounding scene and collecting evidence.