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Trapped by Security - Ep 166

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Many of us have been, or are at, a job that just wasn't the right fit. Why did we stay? Why didn't we just leave and get another job? The answer is usually that we were trapped by security. The words "trapped" and "security", however, have different meanings to different people. We talk about all that on this week's episode.

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Spring 2019 Jobs Extravaganza! - Ep160

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Get a job! It’s time to start working. Archaeologists are coming off a long winter and summer is around the corner. You need a job and we’ll help you get there.

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Team Black - Getting a Job in Archaeology - Episode 144

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It's a bit of a different show today. Chris talks about Team Black and what it's hoping to do for archaeology. From resources to webinars, there is a lot over there. The last half of this shorter episode is an example of a Team Black Webinar on getting a job in archaeology.

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Job Positions - Episode 122

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New in the field and wonder what the difference is between a project manager and a field director? What about "Scientist II"? What does that mean? We talk about the different positions in field archaeology and get into some philosophy regarding staying put or moving up.

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No One Is Flying This Thing - Episode 90

We constantly see on Facebook and other social media that field techs are unhappy with the business of CRM. Is it the crew chiefs, the project managers, or the companies that are making them upset? In reality, not really. It's a lack of understanding about the big picture. Once you realize that no one really has any control you then start to see how to REALLY fix the problem.

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