The pie chart depicts the destination of Anthropology graduates from one university after their degree. The table present the yearly income of antropologists after 5 years'
in three different type of employment: freelance consultants, government sector and private companies.
, most of the graduates
full-time. Their salary ranges varies considering the sector of employment but generally working for the state seems more profitable.
For the Anthropology ex-alumni the employment rate is quite high, around 72% divided in: 52% of graduates are currently working full time, 15% are working part-time and 5% are working and attending postgrad studies. 8% of them decided to not
and continue their studies
only 12% are unemployed.
analizing the salaries of anthropologists afert 5 years of
experience, the government field is the more economically competitive. 50% of workers in
sector earn over $100.000 and only 5% are stuck with an yearly income between $25,000 and $49,999. The same goes for freelancers: 30% earn between $75,000 and $99,999 and 40% make more than $100,000.
On the other hand
, working for private companies does not seem as profitable, considering that the mayority of the workers in
field (35%) make between $50,000 - $74,000.