Copyright Rennett Stowe

A common concern voiced by students is whether or not they will be able to find a career with an anthropology degree. Often graduates looking for work, state that employers are not very knowledgeable about anthropology and it is left up to them to inform employers of their subject, and the skills they've learned gained. Although an undergraduate degree in anthropology doesn't lead to a specific job per se, it gives students a broad knowledge of the world, and an array of skills that are increasingly sought after by local and international organisations. This section looks at why anthropology is unique amongst the human sciences, the skill set students acquire with their degree, and the variety of careers students can explore after university.