By Riall Nolan
An crucial career-planning source, A guide of practising Anthropology provides a finished account of latest anthropological perform written basically through anthropological practitioners
- Engagingly written and instructive bills of perform by means of anthropological execs operating in firms, governmental, entrepreneurial, and academic settings
- Provides crucial counsel on employing anthropological rules at the task: what works good and what needs to be learned
- Emphasizes the price of collaboration, teamwork, and non-stop studying as key parts to good fortune in non-academic careers
- Highlights the diversity of winning occupation recommendations for practitioners , describes major sectors job, and discusses key matters, issues, and controversies within the field
- Chapters learn key perform sectors corresponding to freelancing, coping with a consulting company, operating for presidency, non-profits, and companies, and the domain names of health and wellbeing, undefined, schooling, overseas improvement, and the military
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2013 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Published 2013 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Job Hunting in the Twenty-First Century 37 1. Determine what job you want: research, reflect on, and determine what positions you are looking for and are well suited for. 2. Write your résumé: create a résumé and cover letter for each position. 3. Apply for jobs: choose which organizations interest you and apply for jobs. 4. Network and build your connections to support the job search. 5. Interview, interview, and land the job.
What is good about their job? What would they change? Develop an elevator speech on what anthropologists are and what they do. People will ask you this question constantly when you are looking for a job, after you get one, and in your work itself. Be prepared to deliver it over and over, sometimes in real elevators on the way to lunch. Try really hard to clean the anthropological (or any other) jargon out of your working vocabulary. When I first entered the workplace, I used the emic/etic distinction like they were real words in the English language.
You can bet it has little to do with what we actually do for a living, especially if we’re in practice. I hasten to add that not everyone is like that. This is one of the many things that are getting better. People do have a more sophisticated idea of who we are. But none of that matters if you are interviewing a person who is one of the other kind. Also the interviewer has your résumé. They already know you’re an anthropologist. In fact, they may be interviewing you in spite of that fact. So do ethnography in job interviews.
A Handbook of Practicing Anthropology by Riall Nolan