2019 American Anthropology Master’s Career Survey

Tell us your story! Graduate anthropology students want to know what they can do with their degree and what skills they need to develop. Take the survey here: 2019 American Anthropology Master’s Career Survey.

Any questions can be sent to Anthro Survey.

Kyleigh Hoelscher and her cohort of University of North Texas graduate students in Applied Anthropology are replicating the 2009 AAA/CoPAPIA Anthropology MA Survey: a major online survey designed to better understand the training and career trajectories of anthropologists with Master’s degrees.

The survey is anonymous and takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. The survey will be open through the end of August 2019.

Related Career Survey Resources

On Living Anthropologically see the posts on the undergraduate Anthropology Major as well as Anthropology Major Jobs.

See also the 2017 book by Riall Nolan Using Anthropology in the World: A Guide to Becoming an Anthropologist Practitioner.


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