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A core question that guides a lot of anthropological work and especially archaeology is: "How have humans interacted with their environment?" By using geological tools and methods, an anthropologist is better able to investigate & interpret archaeological sites. 
Public health deals with much more than just physical or biological issues; it has to also deal with cultural, economic, and political realities. Medical anthropologists work across disciplines to help improve the health of everyone by looking at both culture-based causes of disease and cultural effects of health policy.  
Psychological anthropology, an interdisciplinary subfield, looks at how child development and enculturation within a particular cultural group shape processes of human cognition, emotion, perception, motivation, and mental health.
Corporate culture is culture, so anthropologists are clearly the best people to have in your HR department. Because anthropologists are trained to recognize the importance of human diversity in cross-cultural contexts, their presence in HR is highly-valued in the global economy.
Most people think that engineering combines science and math to solve real world problems. This equation leaves out the most important part of the "real world": people! An engineer with an anthro background can better understand the real needs of a community and then build something appropriate.
Designers create objects that shape and are shaped by cultural values and social practices. Anthropologists examine these values and practices. Combine the two and you’ve got an award-winning designer!
“Sustainability” doesn’t just refer to ecological concerns but also to economic, political, and social issues. Anthropologists understand the importance of culture for developing and adopting practices that are sustainable.
A core question that guides a lot of anthropological work and especially archaeology is: "How have humans interacted with their environment?" By using geological tools and methods, an anthropologist is better able to investigate and interpret archaeological sites.