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How Much Associate Professors of Archaeology Make- Breakdown of Stats.

February 22, 2012


In conjunction with the post on the average pay of a professor of archaeology and the additional statistics on full professors, in the United States, here is a break down of associate professors pay (assumed full time) to give you an idea of range in pay:   This is the distribution by individual associate professor […]

Professors of Archaeology- Some numbers on jobs.

February 16, 2012


This post deals with full professors in archaeology and is one of a series of posts dealing with academic jobs for archaeologists. If you want to know more about associate professors see here, assistant professors see here, or methodology used to collect the results see here. There are rouglhy 494 full professors of archaeology (plus […]

The Tenured Archaeologists- A look at Associate Professor Jobs in Archaeology

February 15, 2012


Yesterday, I looked at the break down of assistant professor archaeologists in academia. This post looks at those that have obtained tenure but have not quite reached the level of full professor. There are roughly 344 archaeologists in such a position (this is only for US universities and departments that offer archaeology degrees/concentrations/classes there are […]

Academic Archaeologists in America- How Many are There?

February 13, 2012


It has taken a few months but I have gone through a the AAA e-guide and then personally through the websites of a little shy of 400 departments (anthroplogy/archaeology/other) (see full list here) to do a head count of the academic archaeologists in the US. Places were these numbers might be week- archaeologists in departments […]