S: World Geography 2A
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FC: forensics anthropologist | Lexi Sewell
1: job description Forensic anthropologists help law enforcement agencies in the processing skeletal evidence. They study bones, osteology, and research subjects by gathering information used to determine the individual's age when died, sex and physical conditions.
2: pay range The bottom ten percent earned $31,310 a year, while the top ten percent made more than $89,440 annually
3: science fields Anthrozoological Bioculture Forensics Palaeoanthropological
4: minimum education bachelor's degree
5: college majors Business Criminal justice Education Nursing and Health Care Social Sciences Technology
6: high school courses social science health care osteology computer science
7: advantages ts that include paid vacation and sick leave, health and life insurance, and pension plans access to campus facilities, tuition waivers for dependents. housing, travel allowances, paid sabbatical leaves Forensic Education is on the rise Job satisfaction Providing closure for families for lost loved ones
8: disadvantages The rigor involved in obtaining a job in academia Outside of research there are few jobs willing to hire a Forensic Anthropologist full-time. There is work available by becoming involved in NGOs although those might require extended periods of time away from home and bad pay. The majority of CSI labs throughout the U.S. do not have sufficient funds allotted to them so that they can hire a Forensic Anthropologist. -Even if they did have the funds allotted, the majority of crimes do not have much to do with the specialty. -Becoming involved in CSI work might also require one to be flexible and acquire other work experience that might benefit them in the field.
9: bones http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BX7v9oX6Zv8