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By Jan Goldberg

Careers for Puzzle Solvers & different Methodical Thinkers allows you to discover the task marketplace during the certain lens of your individual curiosity. It unearths dozens of the way to pursue your ardour for fixing the unsolvable and make a living--including the learning and schooling had to polish your pastime and curiosity right into a pleasurable career.

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Basically, what you are doing is finding pieces of the past (either pieces of houses, pottery, projectile points, burial customs, or a million other possibilities), and you have to look at CAREERS IN ARCHAEOLOGY 27 what you have and put it back together in a way that makes sense. You have to take the physical information you have, apply what you know from other studies and other disciplines, and try to come up with a picture that’s logical. “Deciding what I like best is the hardest part—there are so many things that are great.

Archaeology can be physically hard, intellectually demanding, and occasionally quite frustrating. People don’t become archaeologists because it’s easy or because they expect to make lots of money. So you find that you share a mind-set, a certain outlook on life, a definite joie de vivre with the people you work with. Besides all the other great things about archaeology, it’s just plain fun! In addition, archaeology has allowed me to work in so many beautiful places, like the San Juan Mountains of Colorado, the Grand Canyon, Santa Ana and Hermosillo in Mexico, and Abydos in Egypt.

Additionally, scuba-diving skills are necessary for those who wish to pursue a career in underwater archaeology. Fortunately, though, because of archaeology’s broad scope, an undergraduate degree in nearly any discipline will be useful. Archaeologists often earn bachelor’s degrees in geology, history, zoology, geography, botany, linguistics, chemistry, and many other fields. More than five hundred United States colleges and universities offer master’s degrees in anthropology and/or its branches, and more than a hundred of these have programs that lead to a doctorate.

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