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Archaeologist

Odds of Getting In

Most CRM tech jobs disappeared when real estate development stopped. They pop up now and then when road construction season starts or when wildfires burn down power poles, but you have to act fast because they go quicker than a Kardashian marriage. If you’ve earned an MA or PhD, you may score a coveted air-conditioned cubical in a CRM or federal office where you can write reports and bid on projects year round.

Unfortunately, those who secure positions in museums or universities stay there for a long time like the artifacts they study. You may have to wait until one of them retires or dies before you can take their place.

If all else fails, you can always audition for a spot on the next Survivor reality show.

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