Anthropology Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Anthropology

Career Opportunities

Do you enjoy working with others and consider yourself to be an independent thinker and self-starter? If so, an anthropology degree could be just what you need to propel your career forward. Prepare for a career that requires sensitivity to cultural differences. Learn to physically and mentally adapt to challenging situations.

The U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics projects careers in anthropology to grow 5 percent through 2029, with a median salary of $63,670.

Companies across the globe working with minority populations or multiple foreign cultures need professionals with a background in anthropology. Relevant employment opportunities include:

  • Health sciences
  • Education
  • International development
  • Non-governmental organizations (NGO)
  • Cultural brokers, and other areas of government
  • Contract archeologists
  • Museum curators
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