World of Work Blog

  • Do you have a Career Champion Would You Consider Connecting with Your Academic Advisor
906, 2024

Do you have a Career Champion? Would You Consider Connecting with Your Academic Advisor?

By |June 9th, 2024|

I have been an academic advisor for over a decade and have found my role shifting slowly over the last few years as the job market has tightened, and as many of you have begun to ponder your futures with a heightened sense of urgency. In the early days of my career, academic advising felt very transactional: students would come to me and request a schedule of classes which I [...]

  • How Can I Teach Anthropology to High School Students if I am an Unconventional Applied Anthropologist?
2805, 2024

How Can I Teach Anthropology to High School Students if I am an Unconventional Applied Anthropologist?

By |May 28th, 2024|

The International Baccalaureate program at my daughter’s high school recently added anthropology to its curriculum.  The instructor kindly accepted my offer to be a guest presenter. How do you tell high school students about anthropology when you are not a typical anthropologist?  You talk about normal anthropology stuff.  You use the discussion to identify the broader ways that anthropology intersects with the business world. Step 1: Bring gifts I started [...]

  • From trowels to tech—how can an archaeologist work for a Fortune 100 Company?
1405, 2024

From trowels to tech—how can an archaeologist work for a Fortune 100 Company?

By |May 14th, 2024|

As a child I went on my first international trip to Mexico, where I was enchanted by the Maya/Toltec ruins at Chichén Itzá. Other vacations kindled my desire to see the world. But my stockbroker father never considered archaeology a viable career, so at first, I majored in Political Science/International Relations. Most of my fellow students were pre-law, which held no interest for me. But I loved the anthropology courses [...]

  • How Can I Conquer Feeling Lost on the Job Hunt?
2804, 2024

How Can I Conquer Feeling Lost on the Job Hunt?

By |April 28th, 2024|

As a transfer student from Santa Monica College (SMC) to the University of California, Berkeley, I was uncertain about my future. At this time, I began my slow journey towards better self-knowledge and greater self-confidence. Although this was a confusing and unsettling time of my life, these years laid the foundation for my career path.   I became involved in student life throughout college; a plan I would advise for [...]

  • How Can Anthropology Undergraduates Find and Maximize their Research Opportunities?
1204, 2024

How Can Anthropology Undergraduates Find and Maximize their Research Opportunities?

By |April 12th, 2024|

Getting started in the field of anthropology is no easy feat. I questioned what future awaited me as an anthropology student. Usually, undergrads first encounter anthropology through their professors, many trained in the “lone ethnographer” approach to fieldwork. So, what is an anthropology undergraduate to do? At the early stages of anthropology careers, we need professors to invest in us. A lot. We need their time (to train us) and [...]

  • Which Tools have been Relevant in my Journey as an Anthropologist Delving into UX Research
3103, 2024

Which Tools have been Relevant in my Journey as an Anthropologist Delving into UX Research?

By |March 31st, 2024|

Hi, there! I’m a Mexican woman researcher who, since January 2022, has joined Accenture Song, a dynamic consultancy company. Moving from academia to a corporate enterprise was not an easy decision, but entering academia at a university in Mexico was more difficult, due to the low rate of tenure and the huge number of post graduates. Besides, I was curious about how a PhD in Anthropology could integrate into business. [...]

  • How Can I Assess Job Fit?
1903, 2024

How Can I Assess Job Fit?

By |March 19th, 2024|

In a 2020 AAA career webinar titled Breaking Into Tech, I shared my experience transitioning from academia into tech roles, along with several key considerations for determining the best fit with an employer or job. While the talk was tech-focused and took place during the pandemic hiring frenzy, many of the lessons remain broadly applicable. Likewise, I resurrected some of my talking points, and share them here to help students [...]

203, 2024

Can I be hired with the title “anthropologist” or will I end up with a different job title?

By |March 2nd, 2024|

For over 40 years, I have been a full-time anthropology practitioner. Although my anthropological training and fieldwork have prepared me for various jobs, no employer has hired me as an anthropologist. I have always been the only anthropologist on the team, department, or even the entire organization, typically unknown to my co-workers. I have designed and managed projects and programs, managed staff and operations, written funding proposals, drafted organizational strategy, [...]

  • How do anthropologists continue to work in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in today's fraught political environment_
1202, 2024

How do Anthropologists Continue to Work in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in Today’s Fraught Political Environment?

By |February 12th, 2024|

There is a targeted uptick in public and legal attacks on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in the United States today. So, how do anthropologists continue to work in the DEI space? These attacks are pervasive, built into a broad conservative political-legal strategy; a backlash against efforts to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion. This backlash is, unfortunately, not historically unique. Rather, we have seen that amidst such challenges, diversity professionals [...]

  • How Do I Use My Anthropology Degree in the Workplace?
1901, 2024

How Do I Use My Anthropology Degree in the Workplace?

By |January 19th, 2024|

I work for RTX, previously known as Raytheon Technologies, a large aerospace and defense company. I haven’t yet run into another colleague who identifies as a business anthropologist, but I mention that detail about myself regularly as it explains the topics I am passionate about and the areas in which I can make a contribution. These include organizational culture and change, employee experience, and effective communication. As a PhD, I [...]

  • Have You Thought about Applying to a Graduate Program
801, 2024

Have You Thought about Applying to a Graduate Program?

By |January 8th, 2024|

It is that time again: new beginnings, fresh outlook, annual resolutions, and for some, the what-will-I-do-after-graduation question. Even if you are not yet asking yourself this question, others surely will be asking you about your plans. So, what are your thoughts about your near-term future? Will you work? Will you continue your studies? Will you take a “pause” to consider various alternatives? Fortunately, the Anthropology Career Readiness Network has a [...]

  • What does every Anthropology PhD student need?
1712, 2023

What Does Every Anthropology PhD Student Need?

By |December 17th, 2023|

I entered my doctoral program hell bent on becoming a successful tenure-track anthropology professor. A little way in I realized that this dream meant jeopardizing my own and my family’s financial and emotional well-being. So, a few years before I finished my PhD—and not without a little soul-searching—I decided to pursue a career in industry. I attended webinars and programs from organizations like Beyond the Tenure Track and Beyond the [...]

  • What Can I Expect from My First Year in a Graduate Archeology Program
3011, 2023

What Can I Expect from My First Year in a Graduate Archeology Program?

By |November 30th, 2023|

I am wrapping up my first year in graduate school at the University of Florida (UF). I hope some of my thoughts will assist you undergraduates who are wondering if an anthropology or archeology graduate program is for you. I received my BA in anthropology with a concentration in environmental sustainability, focusing on climate change, severe weather, and water systems. I’m currently pursuing my MA in anthropology with a certification [...]

  • The Praxis of Anthropology in Design What is Meaningful Work
711, 2023

The Praxis of Anthropology in Design: What is Meaningful Work?

By |November 7th, 2023|

When I think about Career Readiness I think about the importance of meaningful work, which is different for everyone. My own career did not follow a traditional path. I pursued my interests, which led me to complete an Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Anthropology and Business, and ultimately to a position in academia as a Professor of Design Management. What makes my profession “meaningful” is that I work at the intersection of [...]

  • Why Does an Anthropologist Become a Project Management Professional?
2310, 2023

Why Does an Anthropologist Become a Project Management Professional?

By |October 23rd, 2023|

“What’s anthropology?” Most young anthropologists and I have heard this question a lot during the daunting post-graduation job. Despite my best efforts to wax poetic about the human experience, I confronted blank stares. Despite having a master’s degree and experience with the National Cancer Institute, I had no preparation to explain to an employer how their organization would benefit from my training. I had one employer say that my field [...]

  • How Might You Hone Ethnographic Improv
910, 2023

How Might You Hone Ethnographic Improv?

By |October 9th, 2023|

Meet Andrew Marley. He is an organizational anthropologist, futurist, ethnographer, and researcher. For his MA project with the non-profit think tank, the Institute for the Future, he blended ethnography with forecasting, creating scenarios of alternative futures. I will talk about Andrew’s challenges fitting his broader ethnographic approach with the narrow definition of a UX researcher. He will share how he balances providing metrics with anthropological insight and how he reframes [...]

  • How can storytelling unlock the world of anthropology?
2709, 2023

How can storytelling unlock the world of anthropology?

By |September 27th, 2023|

Storytelling has always captivated the human imagination, connecting us across time and cultures. It is an ancient art form that transcends boundaries and allows us to make sense of the world. While anthropologists and social scientists are renowned for their analytical prowess, their training to tell compelling stories, especially for public audiences, is often lacking. To remedy this, we created a free self-paced online course called Anthropologists on the Public [...]

  • Why Stay in Touch with Alumni from Your Institution?
3008, 2023

Why Stay in Touch with Alumni from Your Institution?

By |August 30th, 2023|

Alumni are like extended kin: both are based on “connections.” With kin, association is based on family (e.g., marriage/partnership, offspring) while connections with alumni come about by virtue of shared experience – typically in a college or university. How many of us have ever reached out to an alum? Has it ever occurred to us that they might be an excellent source of insight and useful advice? And what [...]

  • How Can Anthropologists Prepare for Careers in AI?
1608, 2023

How Can Anthropologists Prepare for Careers in AI?

By |August 16th, 2023|

The acceleration of artificial intelligence (AI) is sending shockwaves across industries. As companies rapidly adopt AI to streamline operations, conduct research, and drive innovation, what does this change mean for the role of anthropologists in business? How can anthropology graduates position themselves to deliver value in an AI-driven future? Insights from the Frontlines of Business Anthropology In a recent webinar, I hosted on “AI in Business Insights, Innovation, and [...]

  • How Can We Help Advance the Future of Organizational Anthropology?
208, 2023

How Can We Help Advance the Future of Organizational Anthropology?

By |August 2nd, 2023|

The future of organizational anthropology, a field I have identified with for over 20 years, has claimed more attention for me over the last year or two. One result has been two fascinating roundtable sessions I co-designed with colleagues* for conferences that brought together anthropologists working with organizations. While organizational anthropology has existed as a practice or sub-discipline for almost 50 years, this field has received less recent attention [...]

  • How can anthropologists help organizations adapt to disruptive change
1907, 2023

How can anthropologists help organizations adapt to disruptive change?

By |July 19th, 2023|

The following story describes a cascading set of challenges that a large regional credit union faced in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Like other organizations, the credit union needed to quickly adapt to a set of organizational headaches, if not crises. Its digitally-oriented response ultimately set it on a more competitive footing in a rapidly changing financial services landscape. Let me begin with some more conext.In January of 2020, [...]

  • How can you use ChatGPT to enhance your next job application?
707, 2023

How can you use ChatGPT to enhance your next job application?

By |July 7th, 2023|

As the job market continues to become more competitive, job seekers are looking for any advantage they can get to stand out in the hiring process. One such advantage is harnessing the power of AI in job applications. Enter ChatGPT, a cutting-edge language model developed by OpenAI, a renowned artificial intelligence research lab. This clever tool has become a go-to choice for many, as it's designed to communicate with [...]

  • What Are Five Things My College Experience Has Taught Me about Career Preparation
606, 2023

What Are Five Things My College Experience Has Taught Me about Career Preparation?

By |June 6th, 2023|

As an undergraduate senior, I am in a unique part of my life, shifting between a phase of educational training into a career mode. From graduating with my bachelor’s to working full-time in the field as a cultural resource technician, I am taking the steps to develop a fully-fledged career in archaeology through SWCA Environmental Consultants. During this change, I wanted to reflect on how my education has helped [...]

  • How Can Applied Anthropologists Find Employment with Lateral Job Hunting?
805, 2023

How Can Applied Anthropologists Find Employment with Lateral Job Hunting?

By |May 8th, 2023|

When posts pop up on my LinkedIn feed by UX (user experience) anthropologists stating they were laid off, my heart breaks. Announcements by anthropologists who have found, sustained, and suddenly lost jobs in UX and other industry domains are appearing frequently these days. The newly unemployed express a mix of emotions: surprise, disappointment, and resolve to move forward and land their next job. LinkedIn comments flowing after these updates [...]

  • Are there helpful rules for working in a hierarchical environment?
604, 2023

Are there helpful rules for working in a hierarchical environment?

By |April 6th, 2023|

Hierarchies are everywhere. Government, corporations, and academia all rely on structures that enable managers to allocate duties and evaluate employee performance. Employees know their responsibilities and the compensation they can expect based on the work they do. In writing this blog post, I am thinking about my experience and those of my practicing anthropology colleagues whose careers began at or transitioned into immense hierarchies. As a novice in the [...]

  • Translating Anthropology to Employers, Clients, and Hiring Managers
703, 2023

Translating Anthropology to Employers, Clients, and Hiring Managers

By |March 7th, 2023|

My Job Interview for Fordham Business School Back in 2011, as an anthropologist, I was employed at BBDO advertising, after years of working in similar agencies as director of consumer insights. I wanted to make the ‘jump’ to academia. I thought the skills and practices that I learned in consumer research could be taught in a business school. So, to make an academic connection, I contacted one of the senior [...]

  • Introducing The Resource Of The Month
2602, 2023

Introducing the Resource of the Month

By |February 26th, 2023|

I love job hunting! Said no one ever in the history of the modern job hunt. While turning your hard-earned college degree into a rewarding job feels daunting, you can resolutely begin your search based on the broad foundation that a degree in anthropology provides. The key is learning how to communicate your experience and training in anthropology with its many skills to prospective employers unfamiliar with the discipline. Anthropology [...]

  • Anthropology Career Readiness Network Announces New Name
1902, 2023

Anthropology Career Readiness Network Announces New Name

By |February 19th, 2023|

Troy, MI, February 19, 2023 – The Anthropology Career Readiness Network announced a new name and updated logo as the grassroots professional group moves into a phase of accelerated outreach to anthropologists in all subfields.  Elizabeth Briody, Founder, Cultural Keys, LLC, and Riall Nolan, Emeritus Professor, Purdue University, originally formed the Network as a volunteer-run commission of anthropologists charged with improving the preparation of anthropology students for the workforce [...]

  • Tim Malefyt on NY 1 - Vday Gift Giving Interview
1502, 2023

Timothy Malefyt Dicusses Gift Giving on NY 1 for Valentine’s Day

By |February 15th, 2023|

  Recently, Timothy Malefyt appeared on NY 1 to talk about Valentine's Day and the act of gift giving. During the segment, Tim delved into the anthropological aspect of gift giving, explaining how gift exchange creates bonds of reciprocity. He pointed out that this applies not only to romantic relationships but also to business relationships. As an example of gift giving in advertising, Tim mentioned a Debeers Diamond commercial. [...]

  • How Do I Focus my Job Search in Anthropology?
302, 2023

How Do I Focus my Job Search in Anthropology?

By |February 3rd, 2023|

You have your degree—so now you want to find a job. The connection between career and degree seems to be getting harder to navigate. Should you focus on “soft skills” like interpersonal communication or teamwork? “Hard skills” like laboratory techniques or a particular degree title? Course work? Experiences? Interdisciplinary approaches? If your path is anything like mine, I am sure well-meaning people approached you to give their take on [...]

  • What ‘knowledge, skills, and abilities’ do students acquire by studying anthropology, and how might we know for sure?
2201, 2023

What ‘knowledge, skills, and abilities’ do students acquire by studying anthropology, and how might we know for sure?

By |January 22nd, 2023|

About a decade ago, the Ontario Universities Council on Quality Assurance tasked my colleagues and me to write “Program Learning Outcomes” (PLOs) for our undergraduate modules in Anthropology. These were meant to be statements that would communicate “what successful students will have achieved as well as knowledge, skills, and abilities they should have acquired by the end of [our programs]”. Mandated by a government program that was intended to [...]

  • Why Don’t People Think to Ask an Anthropologist
501, 2023

Why Don’t People Think to Ask an Anthropologist?

By |January 5th, 2023|

A longstanding issue for anthropology has been its low public visibility. The effects in the US, UK, and elsewhere range from erroneous assumptions about the discipline, to still-too-few "seats at the table" in contributing to public conversations and debates, policy, and governance. Economists, psychologists, and political scientists are first among the social and behavioral scientists to be interviewed by journalists when local and national events take place, human actions [...]

  • How Do You Make an Effective and Eye-Catching LinkedIn Profile
2712, 2022

How Do You Make an Effective and Eye-Catching LinkedIn Profile?

By |December 27th, 2022|

As Keith Kellersohn mentioned in a previous post, anthropologists and anthropology students should be on LinkedIn for several reasons, but how do you make an effective profile? Essentially, you market yourself. You and your achievements are the product, and you need to frame that in the best way possible. For LinkedIn, achieving the “all-star” profile rating is a good indicator of profile strength. Currently, LinkedIn requires 7 sections to [...]

1312, 2022

How to Land a Job in UX Research with an Anthropology Degree?

By |December 13th, 2022|

No matter your specific field of study, an anthropology degree equips you to better understand humans — how and why we act, what we value, and what forms our beliefs about the world. One booming field that values this perspective is user experience research Since user experience research has become one of the fastest-growing markets for working anthropologists, this blog post explores how an anthropology degree can help you [...]

  • How Do Researchers Take Care of Their Mental Health When They Feel Like They are Drowning?
412, 2022

How Do Researchers Take Care of Their Mental Health When They Feel Like They are Drowning?

By |December 4th, 2022|

One of anthropology’s greatest strengths is committing to holistic research that emphasizes personal experiences. Due to this approach, anthropology provides researchers with the unique position to contribute evaluations to the field of science that can span and encompass macro and micro-level data. While this approach undoubtedly contributes to rich, meaningful analyses, anthropology as a discipline overlooks how field study affects researchers—or worse, considers researchers’ reactions while in the field [...]

  • How can coaching inspire a positive direction in developing my career choices?
1611, 2022

How can coaching inspire a positive direction in developing my career choices?

By |November 16th, 2022|

When I began coaching sessions with Nethra Samarawickrema last summer, I was flailing. Having earned a PhD in literature from Stanford in 2018, I’d supported myself through adjunct teaching positions at multiple universities while also working on my writing projects. As teaching jobs grew increasingly hard to get, as they have in anthropology, I realized that I needed to look for different employment. But what to do? Knowing that [...]

  • How do you find your way to work you truly love?
211, 2022

How do you find your way to work you truly love? (Part 2)

By |November 2nd, 2022|

A Process If you are looking to shift your career trajectory, I want to offer you a process I use in coaching. Many people begin transitioning by asking: “What else is out there for me to fit into?” This can spawn self-doubt and overwhelm. My process begins with a different question: ‘What is within me that I want to center in my working life?’ When I ask my clients [...]

  • How do you find your way to work you truly love?
2210, 2022

How do you find your way to work you truly love? (Part 1)

By |October 22nd, 2022|

Transitioning out of a career you worked hard to build can be unmooring and heartbreaking. It leaves you feeling lost about how to proceed. Yet, uncertainty can be a doorway to possibility. If you create an internal compass to navigate the change, you could reorient your life towards a future you craft. For anthropologists changing careers, I share my story and a process for finding your way.   A Story [...]

  • Are All Capstones Created Equal?
510, 2022

Are All Capstones Created Equal?

By |October 5th, 2022|

Undergraduate anthropology majors are immersed in a wide body of ethnographic work from near and far. In other words, they read extensively about others’ experiences and research in “the field.” Relatively few of them (at least of a cultural-anthropology bent) have any deep, systematic engagement with real-world problems. I offer thoughts here about experiential learning to generate discussion and illustrate how a well-intentioned program went significantly astray. Now you [...]

709, 2022

What can applied archaeology offer anthropology?

By |September 7th, 2022|

I live in two professional worlds. Part scientist, part science communicator, I navigate a cross-disciplinary career with a saying from time in archaeology: Work from the known to the unknown. The Career Readiness Commission’s Fordham Conference cued up this phrase for me again and sparked questions. Should anthropology remain within the known training paradigms of the cultural, linguistic, biological, and archaeological subfields? Or, can it push into the unknown [...]

  • How Does a Conference Help Anthropology Matter
2408, 2022

How Does a Conference Help Anthropology Matter?

By |August 24th, 2022|

“Anthropology helps us think about the world differently; it helps us uncover social silences.” These words by anthropologist and journalist Gillian Tett resonated in my mind while attending the conference “Building Careers in Anthropology” on Friday, May 13th, 2022 held at the Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University, New York. The one-day conference, which I attended with two of my undergraduate majors, was packed with valuable information, reflections, and [...]

  • “Huh, get a job?” say the B-52s or A View from a Liberal Arts University
2707, 2022

“Huh, get a job?” say the B-52s or A View from a Liberal Arts University

By |July 27th, 2022|

Higher education institutions are remarkably diverse: rural/urban; private/public; union/nonunion; R1/research intensive/regional comprehensive/liberal arts; religious/secular; and the list goes on. Today, in most institutional settings there is at least lip service paid to the linkage between education and career. All will have a career center and have some minimally loose ideas, often not completely correct, of how the social sciences fit into the larger work world. Enter the liberal arts [...]

1307, 2022

How Can I Apply My Anthropology Experience to Get the Job I Want?

By |July 13th, 2022|

Wow! That’s such a relevant question for those on the job market. Our job search as practicing anthropologists is unique. Unlike other job seekers with degrees in fields that sell themselves, we anthropologists have to explain the value of our research methods, technical skills, and understanding of human behavior. As I focused my job search as a User Experience (UX) researcher, I found myself overwhelmed with what I did [...]

2906, 2022

The Field for Everyone: Deepening Students’ Professional Development

By |June 29th, 2022|

The “field” and “fieldwork” are central to the discipline and the ethnographic project. However, ethnographic field schools seem to be on the wane, especially those oriented toward undergraduates. We might step back and ask: Why does such a central feature in identity and practice receive such scant training in anthropology? It’s a good question because together these are critical rites of passage for our professional development. How can we [...]

  • Why should anthropologists be active on LinkedIn
204, 2022

Why should anthropologists be active on LinkedIn?

By |April 2nd, 2022|

I’ve been on LinkedIn for almost 10 years now.  While I keep my profile updated, I frequently post news articles about the role of anthropology in business and the benefits anthropology can bring to the workplace. These posts not only keep my profile active, but also help promote the discipline of anthropology to a large user community. I try to post something weekly. I also continually comment on the [...]

  • A Love Letter to Anthropology
2303, 2022

A love letter to anthropology

By |March 23rd, 2022|

Anthropology is my true love; some would even say I’m evangelical about it. But Anthropology has fallen out of favour in academia and in the public eye. It’s been cut from academic institutions across the USA and the UK. Funding for projects and study has declined. People have no idea what Anthropology is. In part, I believe this is because of the focus within Anthropology on the divide between [...]

  • How can I increase my anthropological impact?
1703, 2022

How Can I Increase my Anthropological Impact?

By |March 17th, 2022|

As an applied anthropologist, I am concerned with solving practical problems. This started with my University of North Texas direct-to-consumer genetics thesis research and has continued into my professional life. Many tech projects I work on, while important, are relatively minor when it comes to their impact on society. My thesis project, however, was not one of them. After I submitted my thesis to the UNT library archive, where [...]

  • How can students learn to talk about the relevance of Anthropology?
2102, 2022

How can students learn to talk about the relevance of Anthropology?

By |February 21st, 2022|

A frequently-asked question to Anthropology students about their choice of major is “What are you gonna do with that?” Inspired by the 2018 AAA Annual Meeting in San Jose, the Rollins College Anthropology department faculty decided to make some structural changes to infuse professionalism into all parts of our academic programs. Some of these changes included: Swapping the Anthropology theory core course for an ethnographic methods course to provide [...]

  • How do you create a results-oriented resume?
702, 2022

How do you create a results-oriented resume?

By |February 7th, 2022|

Hopefully you know that a resume reveals who you are, what you can offer, and what you hope to get out of your professional life, now and in the future. A resume is a roadmap to finding work. When I created my first resume, I wrote it in the “I did this,” or a task-oriented format, which was standard back then. But things have changed, and now, stating information [...]

  • How do I help my students find work
2301, 2022

How do I help my students find work?

By |January 23rd, 2022|

Great question!  You are not the only one asking this question.  Anthropology instructors have growing concerns that their students are not finding employment opportunities that put their anthropological skills to use. They wonder what more they could do to assist. Some suggest that the students reach out to certain alums they remember.  Others point their students to the career planning office on campus. Many doubt their own abilities to do [...]

  • I saw reference to “T-shaped qualifications” What is this
1811, 2021

I saw reference to “T-shaped qualifications?” What is this?

By |November 18th, 2021|

Glad you asked. The notion of T-shaped qualifications has been around since the early 90s, but you don’t hear it much in anthropology. It refers to the skillsets needed to actually apply a discipline. Think of the vertical bar of the T as the disciplinary core. The horizontal bar, then, includes the skills and competencies required to actually use the discipline for something. Here’s an example. The application skills will [...]

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