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How do a find a lab to work in?
The procedure is simple and informal: Look through the faculty webpage to see what professors are doing things you might be interested in, and then send out one or two emails and/or knock on doors. If this doesn’t yield a positive response, then send out another one or two emails, etc. It usually doesn’t take long to find something. Let the prof know what your background is.The salary an archaeologist earns depends upon many factors including their level of education, years of experience, and where they are employed.

What should I do, if I am getting admission without aid?
You need not panic in case you got admission without aid. The first thing is to contact your professor and ask him for financial support. It is most likely that you will get a positive answer from him, provided he has funds. If it fails, then you can apply for Teaching assistantship in your department. If this fails, then you can always browse through on-campus job list and try to work on campus. In any big US university, there are always plenty of on campus jobs.Professor Ian Hickie: Yes. Depression is not all due to life circumstances. Some people have great relationships, great families, great jobs and still get severe depression.

How much money do archaeologists make?
The salary an archaeologist earns depends upon many factors including their level of education, years of experience, and where they are employed. A field assistant just starting out, with a BA in anthropology, working as a temporary field employee on a project, will typically earn $10 to $12 dollars an hour. A professor or a museum curator at a large research institution who has a PhD, many years of experience, and has produced many publications, may earn $80,000 to $100,000 a year.

How much money do archaeologists make?
The salary an archaeologist earns depends upon many factors including their level of education, years of experience, and where they are employed. A field assistant just starting out, with a BA in anthropology, working as a temporary field employee on a project, will typically earn $10 to $12 dollars an hour. A professor or a museum curator at a large research institution who has a PhD, many years of experience, and has produced many publications, may earn $80,000 to $100,000 a year.

Should I jump ship or hang in there?
Hi. I am a second year doctoral student in communication. Ever since I began doctoral study I was uncertain that I was making the right choice and now, as I enter the middle of my second year, I am still uncertain. For me the issue is really an economic one. Will I make my money back by getting a PhD? As each semester goes by it becomes harder and harder to quit cause I’ve invested more and more into it.You need not panic in case you got admission without aid. The first thing is to contact your professor and ask him for financial support.

Will I be allowed to work in the USA?
Unfortunately, IDEA can not arrange jobs for the participants of the program. You will be bound to the rules for international students regarding part-time jobs: the F-1 student visa allows you to work no more than 20 hours per week on campus. These jobs, for instance in the cafeteria, in the library or for a professor, are not very well paid, however: you will be paid around 6 per hour.Professor Ian Hickie: Yes.

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