The average pay for an Anthropologist is $14.00 per hour.
The average pay for an Anthropologist is $48,604 per year.
|Salary||$24,348 - $69,496|
|Bonus||$203 - $59,180|
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|$23,672 - $82,498|
Job Description for Anthropologist
Anthropologists focus on answering complex questions regarding human origins by utilizing socio-cultural, biological, archaeological, and linguistic fields of study. To best understand their subjects, most anthropologists work closely with local cultures and the people they are researching, so both physical and mental adaptability to different and often-challenging life situations is very important in this position. From interviewing research subjects to in-field observations, anthropologists must be intrusive enough to extract necessary information while staying delicate and diplomatic enough to avoid disrupting the local aura.Read More...
Anthropologists' knowledge of societies and systems allows them to serve as cultural mediators. While some characteristics may be obvious, anthropologists can help interpret the more obscure and unseen challenges that come with intercultural and interracial relationships. Although most people associate anthropologists with excavating artifacts and historic sites from ancient civilizations, most anthropologists are employed by universities, government agencies, non-government sectors, businesses, and various human services. The field includes everything from teaching college courses to engaging in professional development and working independently, especially as the industry directly impacts the development of modern man.
A Ph.D. in a relevant field is obligatory for this position, and bilingual/multilingual professionals are exceptionally valued. Extensive classroom knowledge should be supplemented with a strong code of ethics, as well as the willingness to stay up-to-date on the newest research findings and theories in the field. Most in this position enjoy typical full-time employment, though some overtime may occasionally be required. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Comparatively study the origin, evolution, race, distribution, and the physical, cultural, and social development of human beings and cultures.
- May apply anthropological data to solving current problems.
- Gather, analyze and report data addressing human physique, social customs, artifacts, sociolinguistics, personalities, or societies.
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