Essay on A Interview With The Fbi

1578 Words Jan 15th, 2016 7 Pages
While Ed told me the FBI provides enough finances and/or time to enjoy hobbies, family, vacations, your free time can be minimal. As an FBI agent, you are on call (24) hours a day (365) days a year ("Interview with Ed Buckley."). Most people in the FBI are the type that the only thing they love in life is their job, their job is everything to them. You don’t get a lot of time to hang with family and friends whenever you please. It would be especially hard to have a family while being in the FBI. When thinking about raising a family you think of the memories you’ll make with your children, going to their sporting events, and/or performances, but when you’re an FBI agent, you will often miss those things. Since I was a little girl I have dreamed of getting married and raising a family. I’m so excited to have kids someday where I can go watch their events and do things with them, but if I would become an FBI agent I wouldn’t have time to do that. I would be working so much that who even knows if I would meet someone to marry. And if I do then I would never see them. That’s not what I want at all. I want to be able to come home everyday and make dinner with my family, have weekends to go visit with family or to just relax, and have holidays to do both spend time with family and relax. If i 'm an agent, I would most likely not be able to do any of it. You would have to work days, evenings, nights, weekends, and/or holidays ("Interview with Ed Buckley."). Personally I want to…

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