Life of a Private InvestigatorJRK Group Investigation & Research
Being a private investigator is not as exciting or glamorous as it is often portrayed in movies and T.V. shows. It requires a lot of patience and a natural ability to obtain information through persuasion, creativity and the willingness to go the extra mile. As a private investigator your job is not to catch convicted criminals or solve a murder mystery, but rather to collect relevant information that will assist your client. Another accurate title for private investigators could be information brokers as more often than not that is the sole objective of a private investigator—to obtain information.
If you are reading this because you are considering a career in private investigation and think that the job is always filled with excitement and involves sports cars and cool sunglasses, you should highly consider another profession. The following will outline the main factors to consider when choosing to endeavor into a career as a private investigator. It is important to note that everything mentioned herein is only relevant and accurate to private investigators within the Province of Ontario.