20 Lucrative Careers You Can Get with a Liberal Arts Degree

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2. Archeologist

Qualifications as an Archaeologist represent a unique set of skills, making demand high for professionals with geological and traditional archeological training.

Forensic archeologists conduct the recovery, testing and cataloging of artifacts and human remains for storage or transport. Traditional archeologists may also work on behalf of a museum or university in the reconstruction of a history of a people or environmental event.

Professional archaeologists require a graduate degree to advance as professionals.

Annual salary: $40,000 to $171,000.

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2. Archeologist

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Drea Knufken

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