New skills required for changing crimes
By Jennifer Haberkorn
The Washington Times
WASHINGTON — As the crimes they investigate change, FBI agents in the next 100 years will require far different skills from those of the agents and employees who carried the bureau through its first century.
The resumes of the FBI's earliest agents were highlighted by careers in law, accounting and electrical engineering, with fluency in Italian, Russian or Spanish.
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