Anthropologist is a general term for those who study
human societies, both present and past. A Socio-cultural
Anthropologist may work in a field such as development,
community organizing, policy analysis, and social research.
Linguistic Anthropologists may work in the areas of inter-cultural
communication, language revitalization, and literacy programs.
An emphasis in Archaeology lends itself to work in one
of many Federal and State agencies and private cultural resource
management firms. Biological and Medical Anthropologists
work in the growing sector of health related occupations and
research. Consultants are employed in historical and ethnographic
research, forensic work, archaeological survey and
excavation, museums and teaching.
This major may also lead to many other careers.