Anthropologists & Archeologists

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Occupation Description

Anthropologists and archeologists study the beginning, growth, and performance of human beings. May study the way of life, verbal, or physical individualities of people in numerous parts of the world. In many cases they participate in methodical recovery and inspection of quantifiable evidence, such as tools or pottery lingering from past human cultures, in order to conclude the antiquity, customs, and living behaviors of earlier cultures.

Estimated Income

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Upper End
$200,000
$150,000
$100,000
$50,000
All financial data provided by Bureau of Labor Statistics (bls.gov)

Total Employees In 2010

6060

Job Openings By 2020

3800

Growth Rate

20.7%

Required Education

Master's degree
Specific Programs:
Masters in Anthropology
Masters in Archeology

Required Work Experience

None

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