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Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe 2014 has shown that measuring archaeologists’ capabilities is a tool that can be used to plan for the development of the profession, development that is necessary to enhance to protection and interpretation of the global archaeological resource.
The recent global financial crisis has resulted in different reactions at different times across various European countries. Archaeology represents a microcosm of this diversity and how the profession has responded forms part of the Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe project. In many...
This paper investigates perceptions of ethnicity, religion and language within the archaeological community of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Research was conducted using responses to an appendix (consisting of six questions) to questionnaires distributed as a part of the project, Discovering the...
The EU-funded project “Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe 2014” (DISCO 2012–2014) has recently gathered data about the archaeological labour market in 21 European countries. A set of core questions was included in the national surveys, and one of these questions regarded the nationality of...
A recent study into the archaeological profession in 21 European countries resulted in recognising gender equality as a major topic that needs attention. The overall trend is that women will form the future majority of workers in archaeology. However, the conditions under which women work differ...
For 20 years, archaeologists in the UK have used job advertisements to track wage growth for professional archaeologists. This paper applies their methodology to cultural resource management archaeologists’ positions in the United States. The results show that wages have kept pace with inflation...
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