unfortunately, because occult and paranormal research are not by any means mainstream (although the selfless work of people like Dean Radin and the like is attempting to change that) , paranormal research is like science was in the renaissance period. If you can afford to do the research yourself, then good. If not, it can only be a “hobby”, or “calling”, or whatnot. There are no genuine college courses or real training, it’s just experience and mentoring, really.
The occult, especially, is not really something that can be taught. And, even though the occult is not, as some people like to believe, an instant “ticket to hell”, it can get dangerous, especially in these days.
Anyways, there are no jobs in paranormal research, I’m afraid. But hey, science is fun, you can always go for that!