Fire fighting is forecasted to remain an extremely competitive field. It attracts many people, particularly because a high school education is usually sufficient to become a recruit. However, this is changing rapidly. An associate's degree in fire science or fire technology will likely become a more common requirement for an entry-level fire-fighting job.
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