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Forensic Anthropology

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matt meyer

on 23 April 2010

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Transcript of Forensic Anthropology

FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY SALARY $25,000 TO $31,000
Entry-level

$75,000 TO $95,000
Professional ENTRY LEVEL EDUCATION Entry level jobs are alot easier to get than the full out Forensic Anthropologist. The only thing that is needed to start out at a entry level job in this field is a Doctoral level degree and all the steps under that as well like high school. ADVANCED There is alot of steps needed to be a expert in the field of Forensic Anthropology. Usually they have bachelor degree's in any of these like chemistry,biology,anatomy,physiology,or anthropology. They would also have a graduate-level-degree in anthropology or human biology. To be certified, you also have to have a PHD and 3 years minimum of experience in the field. FUN FACTS AND TIPS Anthropology has been around since the mid-sixteenth century and was added to the Forensic Sciences in the late 1930's. CAREER FOR ME? I would love to be a Forensic Science. I like solving crimes and going out to different places to see what happened and how the event occured.The money would be good too if i got really experienced. I don't think it would happen though because that would be way to much school and money for me on spend on it. http://www.ehow.com/facts_5900665_job-description-forensic-anthropologist.html

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