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Very intense program, I am glad that they worked out a lot of the kinks. It will make things a lot easier. However make no mistake this is not the place to go and think you have it all down. You MUST study every day in order for you to pass.

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The salary varies depending on experience. Assuming you're talking about an employee investigator and not a contract investigator, you might be referring to periodic bonuses received based on consistent over-performance. I don't think I can give specifics, but you're assigned a certain amount of work per week and if you consistently deliver more than is required, you receive bonuses for the additional work. Independent of the quantity of work done, the quality of your work also has good potential to earn bonuses.

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Make sure your camera works. It is a recruiter. I did homework on Federal Soup and showed I took efforts to excel at the job. Make sure you understand what job entails and talk about how you are a great fit.

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Contractors are not paid during the training period. Full-time employees are.

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Because you did not have a schedule per say, you had to be very flexible to meet with the subjects at their convenience, even during the week-ends.

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KeyPoint employees are not allowed to work part-time; the way I understand it, they only hire full-time employee investigators.
Contract employees are allowed to work part-time; they can choose which cases to take and which not to take.

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The rate above is most places. They have a second rare of 21 something with 16 something base. Some people have said they are only being paid the fifteen or sixteen dollar base. So I am trying to get it clarified. These are rate for those without clearance. The 21 rate is Alaska, California, DC as examples.

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