What Can You Do With a Degree in Anthropology?
What can you do with an Anthropology degree? Anthropology is an excellent preparation for careers in journalism, social work, law, medicine, and international aid. A bachelor’s degree in Anthropology is not just for museum curators, ethnographers, or professionals in academia. Anthropology can open a world of opportunities for anyone interested in the study of human behavior.
There are anthropologists who are social workers, public relations officials, politicians, attorneys, police officers, crime scene investigators, forensic scientists, probabtion officers, interpreters/translators, religious leaders, teachers, professors, librarians, archaeologists, historical preservationists, museum curators, genealogists, public health officals, physicians, nurses, emergency medical technicians, photographers, documentary film makers, actors, musicians, travel agents, flight attendants, park rangers, forest service employees, bankers, business leaders, diversity training specialists, environmental impact specialists, zoo employees, primatologists, writers, farmers, factory workers, and royalty.
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