Tired of sitting all day at Starbucks while sipping free water, surfing the Internet, people watching and faking that you're on vacation from a real job?
A few of you might have a chance of, as Dr. Hannibal Lecter said slowly, "getting all the way to the FBI."
The agency's Los Angeles field office has scheduled a May 13 special agent job recruitment session for interested professionals: lawyers, computer scientists, engineers, detectives, pilots, weapons experts and foreign language specialists.
According to FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller, in-shape applicants must be between the ages of 23 and 36; possess a bachelor's degree; and have three years of employment experience.
Don't get too excited dear, job-hunting OC Weekly readers because you may not qualify.More »