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Job adverts taking the p**s
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The term 'site assistant' used to be applied to people who had been raised from the ranks to assist the Director/Supervisor(s) in recording etc, diggers were diggers - I'd been digging for years before I got promoted to such an exalted position ...so when did every digger get promoted? :face-stir:
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Mike.T. Wrote:The term ''field archaeologist'' is a far more accurate job description.
would that it were so
If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about answers
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Dinosaur Wrote:The term 'site assistant' used to be applied to people who had been raised from the ranks to assist the Director/Supervisor(s) in recording etc,


That was my point though. ''Site assistants'' aren't actually assisting anybody, they're doing the job by themselves, under supervision by someone else. I think the job title is fairly misleading and demeaning.
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