An archaeologist is someone who studies the origin, development, and behaviour of human beings, past and present.
2. Museum Conservator
A museum conservator is someone who documents, restores and preserves artifacts that are on display in museum exhibits.
An archivist is someone who assesses whether a given piece of information is of value, then maintains and stores the information in the appropriate manner.
A cartographer is someone who will measure, analyze, and interpret geographical information to create maps and charts for political, cultural and educational purposes.
A professor is someone who instructs students in a wide variety of academic and vocational subjects beyond the high school level.
An anthropologist is a scientist who researches and studies sociohistorical, archaeological, linguistic and biological aspects of humanity, especially as they apply to the development of modern man.
A curator is someone who oversees collections, such as artwork and historical items, and may conduct public service activities for an institution.
A historian has the fascinating job of studying and interpreting the past.