The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that anthropology will experience a 19 percent growth rate through 2022. There are jobs in anthropology, and there will be more jobs in the future
Anthropology is a career that embraces people of all kinds. It is a discipline that thrives with heterogeneity—in people, ideas and research methods. Anthropologists know the wisdom of listening to multiple voices and linking the work coming from researchers who bring different backgrounds and apply various approaches to their endeavors. The American Anthropological Association is committed to increasing the diversity of the profession.
The following careers illustrate the range of choices that an anthropology student might explore after graduation. Social facility, critical thinking, and skills in oral and written expression are cultivated by anthropological training. The range of occupations reflects the emphasis on breadth, diversity, and independence of thought.
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