Employers Value Anthropology Majors
Anthropology, the study of human beings and their primate relatives in past and present, is the most broad and holistic of the social sciences. With four subfields (biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, linguistic anthropology, and archaeology) and many specializations within each subfield, anthropology students can receive training that prepares them for careers as diverse as disease outbreak coordinator to user experience (UX) researcher to museum director. The skills that students gain from our program, particularly in qualitative and qualitative research and global competency, help them stand out as they go on to work in healthcare, business, the nonprofit world, government, law, public and global health, urban planning, conservation, education, and much more.
Field Research, Archaeology, and Ethnography are Top Skills for Anthropology majors.
Anthropology grads earn an average salary of $60K after 9 years in the industry.
National Park Service, Us Forest Service, & Swca Environmental Consultants are High Paying employers of Anthropology majors.
19% of Anthropology graduates have a master's degree.
Archaeologist & Anthropologist are common job titles for Anthropology graduates.
New South Associates Inc, CDC and Emory University are top employers of GSU Anthropology majors.
Epidemiology, Ethnography and Public Health are skills that correlate with a higher salary for GSU Antropology grads.
Health Scientist, Public Health Advisor and Senior Behavioral Scientist are top titles at the CDC for GSU Anthropology grads.
TOP EMPLOYERS OF GSU ANTHROPOLOGY GRADS AND AVERAGE SALARY
|PUBLIC HEALTH SPECIALIST|
Current National Average Salary by Degree Level for All Majors
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
|$64.8K Bachelors||$77.8K Masters||$97.9K Doctorate|