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As a forensic anthropologist, do you feel satisfactory by solving a case? When presenting information on a case, do forensic anthropologists get nervous?

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As a junior in high school a forensic anthropologist is my ideal career choice. Before making a final decision on my future career choice I would like to know more information about it than what the internet gives me. To get a better understating of this job and to get information from people who are involved in that job. #criminology #forensic-analysis

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Amanda’s Answer

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I'm studying to become a forensic anthropologist and what I've learned is that the real "satisfaction" comes from closure. The closure and justice that a family member, friend, etc receives when the one that they love has been found, identified or that their perpetrator had enough information against him to prove his guilt. As one, there can be nerve racking moments as there is that pressure to be able to provide that closure for somebody. But putting nerves aside, it's not about us personally, it's about the deceased. #criminaljustice #anthropology #forensics
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Joshua’s Answer

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Dependable individual with very reliable transportation. Many skills when it comes to operational equipment. I can run excavator, skidsteer, off road dump trucks, rollers, skidpans, dozzer experience, grading by eye and getting the final grade perfect. Willing to show and teach willing and able bodies who want to learn.

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