What Can I Do With a Major in Anthropology or Archaeology?
Anthropology and archaeology majors go into many different industries and perform many different types of work. Some graduates go into fields completely unrelated to their major, like sales or management. Since archaeology and anthropology majors have a lot of writing and research experience, they have many different career options available to them.
However, if you’re studying archaeology or anthropology, chances are good that you’re passionate about the subject and would like to have a career that’s relevant to your major. Here is a list of some of the occupations that are most relevant to graduates of these programs:
|Occupation||Median Salary||Median Hourly||Current jobs||Outlook||Required Education|
|College Professor||$62,050||$29.83||1,756,000||Good||Graduate Degree|
|Elementary School Teacher||$51,660||$24.84||1,549,520||Good||Bachelor’s Degree|
|High School Teacher||$53,230||$25.59||1,109,500||Good||Bachelor’s Degree|
|Kindergarten Teacher||$48,800||$23.46||179,520||Normal||Bachelor’s Degree|
|Middle School Teacher||$51,960||$24.98||659,460||Good||Bachelor’s Degree|
|Museum Technician||$37,310||$17.94||11,900||Good||Bachelor’s Degree|
|Urban Planner||$67,090||$32.25||38,400||Normal||Master’s Degree|