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What is a General Schedule (GS) Grade and How Does it Affect Federal Archaeologists?

January 10, 2014


To continue my series looking at US Federal Archaeologists I will take a look at the ‘GS’ and what it means for Federal Archaeologists. The General Schedule (GS) is the pay scale system that the Federal Government uses for the majority of Federal Archaeologists, and majority of Federal employees. There are other pay scales, like […]

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 […]

How Many Archaeologists Work in the Federal Government?

November 8, 2011


Update- I have looked at the exact numbers up to 2013 in this post (Click Link). How many archaeologists work for the federal government in the US? One publications so far has looked at these numbers: Childs, S. Terry¬† 2009 Commentary. In The SAA Archaeological Record (January 2009) Volume 9 (1), 37-39. You can access […]