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Keepers of the king's deer. Game wardens and the enforcement of fish nd wildlife law

, : Keepers of the king's deer. Game wardens and the enforcement of fish nd wildlife law. The rural workforce: non agricultural occupations in America: 111-137

An occupational profile of US game wardens is presented, based on a survey of 67 wardens in Virginia. The typical Virginia game warden is a married male Caucasian, around 42 years of age, who has a high school or some college education, has grown up in a rural area, likes the outdoors and sporting activities, joined the force at approximately 28 years of age after trying several other jobs and is now highly satisfied with his work.

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