According to the Anthropology department at the University of Arkansas, "Students are exposed to many approaches to the various subfields within archeology, biological anthropology and cultural anthropology to better understand human similarities and differences as they prepare to continue their education in basic or applied anthropological sciences in graduate or professional school or in health or medial related careers."

Entry Level

Additional Education/Experience Additional Edu./Exp. Continued
Analyst Academic Advisor/Counselor Head Start Program Director
Caseworker Advocate Health Science Administrator
Community Development Coordinator Anthropologist Human Resources Manager
Community Service Administrator Archeologist Industrial Psychologist
Curatorial Assistant Archivist International Agency Rep
Ecotourism Director Art Conservator Librarian
Employment Recruiter Behavioral Science Advisor Linguist
Field Archaeologist Bilingual/Bicultural Program Specialist Management Consultant
Friend of the Court Caseworker Biographer Marketing Manager
Immigration Inspector Career Counselor Media Planner
Information Manager Collections Manager Media Specialist
Laboratory Assistant College Professor Medical Anthropologist
Legislative Aide Community Development Officer Multicultural Education Specialist
Management Trainee Community Planner Peace Corps Area Director
Marketing Researcher Congressional Committee Staff Director Physician
Multicultural Program Leader Contract Archaeologist Public Health Educator
Museum Technician Coroner/Medical Examiner Rural Development Officer
National/State Park Interpreter Cultural Artifact Specialist Insurance Sales Agent
Peace Corps Volunteer Cultural Resource Manager Social Science Analyst
Probation Officer Employee Relations Specialist Social Service Agency Planner
Program Coordinator/Assistant Environment Impact Assessment Researcher Social Worker
Public Relations Specialist Ethnologist State/Federal Gov Policy Analyst
Research Associate Family Service Counselor Teacher - ESL
Social Worker Foreign Affairs Officer Teacher - Secondary
Teacher/Trainer Forensic Anthropologist Technical Writer
Translator Foundation Program Manager Union Legal Counsel
Travel Agent Genealogist Urban Planner
Writer/Editor Genetic Counselor Vocational Teacher
Planning project Conducting field studies
Writing grant proposals Summarizing results
Interviewing Surveying
Communication across cultures/languages Sampling, gathering and organizing data
Recognizing cultural differences/similarities Examining data and artifacts

Archaeological Institute of America - a great resource for finding archaeological fieldwork opportunities and scholarships.

National Association for the Practice of Anthropology

National Parks Service

Society for American Archaeology

USAJobs.gov - check out the Students and Recent Grads section and the Federal Jobs by College Major for a listing of job titles related to your major.