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forensic anthropology


emily cropsey

on 23 April 2010

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Transcript of forensic anthropology

Anthropologists! what is an anthropologist?

An anthropologist is someone who studies human societies. They study bones to determine culture, characteristics, habits and the history of humans. Education Requirements

bachelor's degree in:
physiology or

graduate-level degree in anthropology or human biology

Entry level Advanced position at least three years of experience and application to the board or acception to board $alary money in da' bank! 1-4 years experience: $30,000-$50,000
5-9 years experience: $50,000-$90,000
once established: (10 to 20 years) $55,000-$100,000 i do enjoy learning and studying anthropology, however........ ....I have no desire to enter this field sitations:
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