Standard Occupational Classification (SOC): Anthropologists and Archeologists

Anthropologists and archeologists are individuals who study human cultures, societies, and behavior, and the material remains of past human cultures, respectively. In the healthcare industry, anthropologists and archeologists may be involved in research on the cultural and social factors that influence health and healthcare, such as beliefs about illness and health, cultural practices related to health and wellness, and the impact of social and economic conditions on health. Anthropologists and archeologists in the healthcare industry typically have a background in anthropology, archeology, or a related field, and they may be employed by research institutions, universities, or other organizations. They may be responsible for designing and conducting research studies, analyzing data, and publishing research findings in scientific journals. Anthropologists and archeologists may also be involved in teaching and mentoring students, and they may be required to have specific training or certification in research methods or cultural competency.

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