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anthropology

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on 23 April 2010

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Education Bachelor degree Masters Degree Doctorate degree Salary one-four years: $30,000-$50,000 5-9 years: $50,000- $90,000 anthropology is the social science that studies the origins and social relationships of human beings. Most anthropologists do not have full time jobs as an anthropologist. It is very common for them to be a professor at a college or university. Time spent on Education bachlors degree: 4 years Masters degree: 2-3 years Doctorate degree: no exact time,
it usually depends on the person. bachlors degree in biology
chemistry, human anatamy
pyschology, or anthropology. education need for an entry level position education needed for an advanced level position... and at least three years experience in
forensic anthropology. I have no interest in becoming an anthropologist. Sitations:
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forensic science and solving crimes
but...
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