Archaeology

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  • You're talking way too fast. That's the only thing I would change about this. Other than that, I think your information is very helpful for someone who wants to learn more about this field. I was actually interested in archeology and anthropology and this really helped me to learn more about what I would need to do to get there. Great pictures by the way!
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  • You presented a good overview of the various types and settings of archeologists. We could use a bit more on the actual activities of the archeologist. What does he/she do to identify sites, excavate, and to study found artifacts? Then what. The photos gave a nice look at this variety, too, but be careful of text that blends in too much with photos. You are professional in your reading, if quite speedy. -DForeman
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  • Keep it a secret!!!!
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  • i think you have a secret admirer *cough* PANTHERFANG
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  • You would do well to SLOW DOWN. the info was well presented otherwise and you seemed like a very good source on this subject.

    -C Leicht
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Archaeology

  1. 1. Archaeology<br />By Thomas Panther<br />
  2. 2. What is Archeology?<br />Study of past cultures <br />Study the development of human history <br />Span from the beginning of man to the modern times. <br />Study artifacts to find out more about the culture. <br />
  3. 3. Types of Jobs<br />Academic Positions <br />Museum Positions <br />State and Federal Government Positions<br />Private Sector Positions<br />
  4. 4. Education Required <br />Depends of the type of archeology <br />Can excavate with a B.A. <br />Can lead a field team with an M.A. <br />Can teach at a university with a Ph.D. <br />
  5. 5. Best Colleges for Archaeology <br />Any big school should be sufficient<br />Yale is the top school for Archaeology <br />Columbia is the second best school <br />
  6. 6. Job Outlook<br />Expect to grow 28%<br />Ph.D. holders will have the best chance<br />Will face competition <br />
  7. 7. Expected Salary<br />Median wage is 53,910 dollars. <br />Middle 50% earned between 39,200- 70,980<br />Lowest 10% earned below 32,150<br />Highest 10% earned above 89,490<br />
  8. 8. Different fields <br />Classical Archaeology <br />Historical Archaeology <br />Underwater Archaeology <br />Ethno-Archaeology <br />
  9. 9. Sources<br />David Carlson (professor of archaeology)<br />www.archaeologyexpert.com<br />www.educationportal.com<br />Bureau of Labor and Statistics <br />

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