Re: Job

John Pastore (venture@CANCUN.RCE.COM.MX)
Sun, 21 Apr 1996 18:17:30 +0000

Hi Adam,

Sorry, I was thinking in terms of if worse comes to worse. If it
comes to second to worse you could do as Anthony suggests. By the
way are you a dark skinned native? That would certainly help. I think
the going rate in these parts is almost 2 dollars for a 14 hour day.
If not, and you are a student, you can always get to do that for free
anyway less costs of your own transportation and maintenence. I
think they call it field experience.

In any event, I'm sure you'll have great adventures in Archaeology
especially if you stick to this list. And if worse does come to
worse, don't worry, your kids and grandkids can always visit you in
the museum. You better tell them though that you will cut them out of
your will if they don't bring their feather dusters --well, you might
have to think of a better incentive. Do have fun...

On 21 Apr 96 at 16:15, Anthony Dauer wrote:

> If that doesn't work ... I heard Leakey needed some supply
> barers for his next expedition ...
> At 03:42 PM 4/21/96 -0400, Elaine Hills (UND) wrote:
> >Yes, Adam, just think of the success story that would make
> >for your children and grandchildren to hear....
> >
> >Elaine | |
> > \____/
> >
> >On Sun, 21 Apr 1996, John Pastore wrote:
> >
> >> On 21 Apr 96 at 9:57, ZERR ADAM wrote:
> >>
> >> > Hi all i`m new to the list just wanted to introduce my
> >> > self. I am a student at the University of Colorado, and I
> >> > was wondering if anybody could give me a idea on how to
> >> > get a job in Archaeology after i finish school. thanx
> >> > Adam
> >>
> >> Hi Adam,
> >>
> >> I would think you could always get a job in Archaeology by
> >> posing as a relic in a nice museum. Have fun...
> >>
> >>

Ka Xiik Keech Ya Utzil,

John Pastore
Writer/Guide in 'El Mayab'
("The Mayan Homeland")