Check out these 4 cutting-edge Archaeology career paths

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Hey everyone!

Question of the day...What's the first thing you think of when somebody mentions 'archaeology'? :curious:

Is it cutting-edge technology? Maybe it's an exciting career at the forefront of global development?

Or... is it visions of dusty Indiana Jones wannabes digging old broken pots up?!

Here are a couple career paths for the tech-savvy graduate!

Commercial Archaeologist
Commercial archaeology involves evaluating land that's intended for commercial development. Tech-savvy archaeologists mix traditional methods with new innovations. Think drones, 3D imaging software, geophysics and LIDAR!

Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Officer
State-of-the-art Geographical Information Systems are used to analyse, manipulate and present spatial data in maps and 3D scenes. GIS usage can range from town planning to farming, earthquake assessment to crime analysis.

Don't stop reading there though! Read what other cool career paths you can go down as an archaeology graduate here :thumbsup:

If this all sounds like something up your street, have a look at our Archaeology courses here

If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

Becky
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