Roles and responsibilities
Anthropologists work in different communities to gather and analyse information on social and cultural behaviour, artefacts, language and biology of groups and societies which they are studying collect, identify, date, protect and preserve indigenous artefacts, material possessions and other objects of anthropological interest.The major employers of Anthropologists are universities, museums and government departments concerned with Aboriginal welfare and Native Title, immigration and ethnic affairs, multiculturalism and social services.
Coursework courses to pursue this careerPostgraduate study is generally required for this occupation.
Research courses to pursue this career
Research study is not necessarily required for this occupation, but may be helpful for career advancement.
Relevant research courses include: