This unit group includes anthropologists, archaeologists, geographers, historians, linguists, political scientists, sociologists and other professional occupations in social science not elsewhere classified. They are employed in universities and throughout the public and private sectors. (NOC Occupation Description)
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U of M Academic Calendar
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Faculty and Department Homepages
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Information for foreign trained anthropologists from the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials
Exploring Other Education Options
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Working in Canada - Canada Job Bank- labour market information (salary, job outlook)
Occupation Outlook Handbook- Job outlook for the U.S.
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Directories, Industry Associations, and Sector Councils
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These external resources may provide you with additional information about the occupation and opportunities to build experience:
Date modified: July13, 2018