The next installment from Doug about management positions in archaeology. This is what I did for many years and it turns out I did it fairly well. Unfortunately, I think that often a real business person would do this better than most archaeologists. I was a little surprised in my first job as a Project Supervisor when I was handling the business end of six-figure contracts while running multiple field projects. It was a big leap from classes in Cultural Evolution, Ethnobotany, or Ethnographic Techniques.
Here’s the most recent table from Doug. Click for a link to his post.