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How Many Archaeologists are Employed by the US Federal Government?

January 7, 2014


How Many Archaeologists are Employed by the US Federal Government? If you have ever asked yourself this question? If so I have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that the U.S. Office of Personnel Management keeps track of such information, which anyone can access at FedScope. The bad news is […]

The Economics of Archaeology Part 2: Why Unions Won’t Save You

February 14, 2013


In part one of this series (rant?) I discussed how loosening up wage controls will not prevent undercutting, mainly because under cutting has nothing to do with wages and everything to do with not finding any archaeology. I am quite happy as some people have already commented and made some suggestions, a good one was: […]

Open Access Journal for CRM

October 24, 2011


Open Access Week is here. To celebrate I would like to highlight a open access journal- CRM: The Journal of Heritage Stewardship. It is peer reviewed too.