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Archaeologists’ Salaries in the UK Introduction This poster presents the advertised salaries of archaeologists working in the United Kingdom between 1994-2011.

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1 Archaeologists’ Salaries in the UK Introduction This poster presents the advertised salaries of archaeologists working in the United Kingdom between The specific positions examined are: Excavator Supervisor Field Officer Project Manager Junior CRM/SMR Senior CRM/SMR Specialist Conservator (NEW for data- split from specialist) Illustrator / graphics officer Consultant (From 2005) Methods The data for the years was collected from the IfA Jobs Information Service bulletins posted during that period. Years are not calendar years but finical years running from April 1 st – March 31 st. The data from was obtained from previous reports using the IfA Jobs Information Service bulletins postings (see references). Jobs and Posts- From the IfA Jobs Information Service bulletin if a posting advertised for multiple jobs then the number of jobs advertised was counted not the number of job posts. Average Pay- If ranges are given then the mid-point is taken to represent an average e.g. Project Archaeologists pay 20,000-22,000, the average is taken to be 21,000. Inflation- The RPI (Retail Price Index) is used to determine inflation. References Aitchison, K. R. & Anderson S. M. 1995, Jobs in British Archaeology The Field Archaeologists No 22 Spring. Tuner, R. 1996, Jobs in British Archaeology The Field Archaeologists No 25 Spring Tuner, R. 1997, Jobs in British Archaeology The Archaeologists No 29 Summer Tuner, R. 1998, Jobs in British Archaeology The Archaeologists No 31 Spring Tuner, R. 1999, Jobs in British Archaeology The Archaeologists No 34 Spring Malcolm, G. 2001, Jobs in British Archaeology The Archaeologists No 37 Spring Malcolm, G. 2001, Jobs in British Archaeology The Archaeologists No 40 Spring Drummond-Murray, J. 2002, Jobs in British Archaeology The Archaeologists No 43 Winter Drummond-Murray, J. 2003, Jobs in British Archaeology The Archaeologists No 47 Winter Drummond-Murray, J. 2004, Jobs in British Archaeology The Archaeologists No 51 Winter Drummond-Murray, J. 2005, Jobs in British Archaeology The Archaeologists No 56 Spring Drummond-Murray, J. 2006, Jobs in British Archaeology The Archaeologists No 59 Spring Drummond-Murray, J. 2007, Jobs in British Archaeology The Archaeologists No 66 Winter Drummond-Murray, J. 2008, Jobs in British Archaeology The Archaeologists No 68 Summer Doug Rocks-Macqueen: Landward Research Ltd, University of Edinburgh * The numbers for 2011 are what pay should be to keep up with the previous year’s inflation. Table: Average Salary from with projected salaries for 2011 Position * Excavator £ 8,741 £ 8,597 £10,024 £ 9,880 £10,314 £11,311 £12,024 £12,378 £13,232 £12,903 £13,710 £14,179 £14,294 £15,078 £15,300 £16,104 £16,284 £17,033 Supervisor £10,766 £11,911 £11,645 £12,029 £12,732 £12,700 £12,868 £12,741 £14,806 £14,765 £15,900 £15,879 £17,037 £19,161 £19,981 £20,574 £21,309 Field Officer £13,637 £13,616 £12,813 £13,484 £14,274 £13,788 £15,518 £15,572 £18,489 £16,592 £16,563 £17,598 £18,593 £19,928 £21,699 £23,169 £21,891 £22,898 Project Manager £16,450 £18,094 £16,760 £16,606 £18,268 £18,671 £19,447 £20,881 £21,536 £19,701 £20,957 £22,259 £23,350 £25,535 £28,981 £30,651 £30,426 £31,825 Junior CRM/SMR £11,285 £11,656 £11,744 £12,619 £12,629 £14,168 £15,608 £17,532 £15,563 £17,274 £16,941 £17,992 £19,380 £19,627 £20,416 £21,360 £19,981 £20,900 Senior CRM/SMR £12,641 £15,030 £16,609 £16,638 £17,680 £20,655 £23,486 £23,012 £30,605 £23,840 £21,397 £26,024 £30,104 £29,958 £33,172 £36,016 £33,220 £34,748 Specialist £11,605 £12,647 £13,803 £13,076 £13,442 £15,476 £14,632 £16,531 £14,992 £17,170 £15,254 £17,011 £19,250 £17,930 £20,188 £22,829 £22,224 £23,246 Conservators £22,297 £22,757 £23,602 £24,134 Illustrators / Graphics officer £12,021 £11,820 £12,412 £12,367 £13,229 £13,272 £15,497 £14,908 £14,085 £16,914 £15,992 £15,778 £17,734 £16,871 £20,177 £22,106 £22,601 £23,641 Consultants £20,000 £19,421 £20,629 £27,829 £33,564 £32,877 £34,389 Starting Pay ExcavatorSupervisorField OfficerProject Manager £ 14,000 45% £ 15,000 55% £ 16,000 £ 17,000 15%33% £ 18,000 33% £ 19,000 25%17% £ 20,000 42% £ 21,000 8%17% £ 22,000 17% £ 23,000 17% £ 24,000 25% £ 25,000 25% £ 26,000 13% £ 27,000 25% £ 28,000 - £ £ 37,000 13% Data The majority of the data can be accessed online as a series of Google maps. The website is: /job-conditions-in-the-uk/ IfA Membership and Jobs The Graph below represents the number of jobs that mention the IfA membership as ether a required or desired qualification. This is only for the latest job postings in Averages Vs. Distribution Averages are a good indication of possible salaries but they can be influenced by outlying figures. The table below represents the distribution of advertised starting pay offered for different positions. Most are close to the adverised averages but project managers are heavily influenced by two positions that offer a advertised starting pay of at least £37,000. Other positions with wide distributions include both Junior and Senior CRM/SMR, specialists, and conservators. The Graph below represents the average salaries between Improvement in Advertised Pay Conditions In the last 15 years there has been improvement in advertised pay conditions among all positions. Improvement being measured as pay now compared to what pay would have been had it followed inflation from a set year (1994, 2000, 2005). Example: Excavators average pay offered in 1994 was £ 8,7421 if it followed inflation the rate would now be £ 13,283 but it is currently £ 16,284. Not all advertised pay improvements occurred at the same time (see graph above) excavators pay improved in the late 1990’s but have stayed flat over the last ten years. Other positions have seen huge jumps in the last 5 years after staying flat for the preceding ten e.g. Field Officer, Project Manager.


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