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Career Monitors and Mental Health - Ep 162

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In some areas of the country archaeologists are monitoring for construction projects. That’s not unique. What is unique is that some of these archaeologists are monitoring for years at a time and they’re losing their skills. We talk about that, and, mental health issues in contract archaeology.

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Your Side Hustle and Raising Kids in Archaeology - Ep 158

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We’ve got two very different guests on the show today. The first is Seth Hymes. Seth runs a digital marketing online course and we’ve partnered with him to get CRM Archaeologists a little bit of a side career. Take the course, make a little extra money, and have something to do in the off season. Our second guest is Karry Blake. She’s a CRM professional, runs an environmental department, and is raising two kids the entire time. We talk about the challenges of raising kids while managing your career.

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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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Where Will I Be - Episode 9

Hey there listeners! We have a great show this week, but, it's a little different format than we've done previously. In fact, it's different than any podcast I've heard in a long time. We wanted to know what individual archaeologists think of their future in CRM. It always seems bleak and fleeting, especially if you are a temporary field tech bouncing from job to job. You never really know where your next paycheck is going to come from or if you'll even continue to be a CRM archaeologist next season.

So, to find out what a few of our listeners think of their futures we called up four of them during the show and asked one questions: Where do you think you'll be in CRM in five or ten years? The answers our guests gave may surprise you or you may be thinking the same thing.

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Artwork by Tristan Boyle (c)2014

Artwork by Tristan Boyle (c)2014

Notes:

  • Interview with Andy Sewell
  • Interview with Kati Fay
  • Interview with Ashley Morton
  • Panelists answer the questions

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After Graduation - Episode 7

You’ve found the show notes for another great episode of the CRM Archaeology Podcast. On this episode we enjoy a discussion about what new archaeologists should do now that they’ve graduated. We all had to find our own way into CRM and the advice we give in this episode should make that journey easier for recent graduates hoping to do the same.

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