Frustrations with Career Building in CRM - Episode 106.1

This is a special extended discussion that we had to cut from Episode 106 of the CRM Archaeology Podcast. The panel voices some frustration with establishing careers in archaeology and the gaps between classrooms and careers, which are difficult to navigate.

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Side-Hustle 2: Electric Bugaloo - Episode 106

The whole crew is back to follow up on the previous discussion on side-hustle. You still need it, but it's not all on you. We talk about problems in the industry and how to fix them.

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You Need a Side-Hustle - Episode 105

The crew talks about labor issues in CRM archaeology on this episode. Some of the topics include side hustle, quitting CRM, and financial planning.

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"All Archaeologists Need a Side Hustle" Succinct Archaeology

Archaeology Southwest

Freelance - Upwork

Freelance - Fiverr

Training Courses - Lynda

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Drive-Thru Masters - Episode 104

The crew talks about different experiences and perspectives on the phenomenon of "drive-thru Masters" programs - the fast-track, stripped-down MAs that are being marketed as a means to level up your career in CRM. Is it all its cracked up to be? Is that the best way to level-up?

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Burning Bridges and Professionalism - Episode 103

On today's show we talk about burning bridges. Chris Webster received a letter from someone that he clearly wronged in the past and we talk about the ramifications of doing something like that. What bridges should be burned? Is it ever OK? Also, professionalism. What does it mean to CRM Archaeologists? That and more on today's episode.

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