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What is Archaeology? And how does one Archaeologist make a year?

Archaeology is the study of human activity in the past. An Archaeologists, without any formal education, usually makes about $45,000. But an Archaeologists with a formal education can make up to $100,000 or even more!

What type of Education, Training, or Licensing Requirement is required?

You need a Bachelors Degree in World History, Major in Archaeology, you need minimal training in some knowledge on how to work a shovel. And Licensing depends on the area you are digging or looking into.

What are some day-to-day activities that are involved with Archaeology?

Some day-to-day activities that people do are researching more on areas' history, digging through piles of books trying to learn more, and even have dig sites be made to look for historic human activity materials.

Advantages and Disadvantages

Some Advantages of Archaeology
  • Learn more about human past,
  • Can open new doors for the future, by looking back,
  • And can teach us about DINOSAURS
Some Disadvantages of Archaeology
  • Having fun while you work

What is the Current Employment of Archaeology?

The current employment of archaeology is really low. Most people have left this field because of age. So this field is an opening for more people to receive a job via Archaeology. SO JOIN ARCHAEOLOGY!

What are the Working Condition?

It depends, if you are researching in a desert, it's gonna be really hot. Or if you are in a tundra, there it is going to be freezing. Or even you could end up as a professor of a university teaching Archaeology. So really, there is no definite working conditions.