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Fair Wages in US Archaeology

June 5, 2012


A few weeks back a survey was posted in the Archaeo Field Techs Facebook group asking what people though a “fair” wage was. A total of 54 field techs responded to the survey and here is what they thought (note- not my survey): (Note: responses frequently included a range of values. I used the lower […]

Barriers to Participation in Archaeology Online Workshop: Archaeology Gets Inspired: Examples of Online Public Engagement From Across UCL

May 28, 2012


Next video from the barriers workshop. All of the presentations can be seen here or you can look at the whole event here- Dr Joe Flatman & Laura Cream UCL Institute of Archaeology / UCL Public Engagement Unit Archaeology Gets Inspired: Examples of Online Public Engagement From Across UCL This talk will showcase some […]

Sneak Peak at 2011-2012 Jobs in British Archaeology: Excavators

May 3, 2012


To give more detailed information on pay for different positions on the Jobs in British Archaeology post here is a break down of advertised jobs for excavators/site assistants/Fieldwork Staff/Assistant Archaeologists (Site Assistants) etc. You can see the methodology here on how these numbers were collected in total 40 job postings are represented here. As mentioned […]

New Publication- Breaking New Ground: how archaeology works

April 18, 2012


full disclosure- Kenneth Aitchison is a friend and will be employing me for the profiling the profession project that we will be undertaking soon. That aside I would recommend his new book “Breaking New Ground: how archaeology works“. This book, available on Kindle, is a contemporary history of the last twenty years of professional archaeological […]