Do anthropologists travel a lot

Fieldwork is very important part of all branches of anthropology....Archaeological Anthropology,Forensic Anthropology, Business Anthropology, Linguist-Socio cultural anthroplogy,etc. Fieldwork for the forensic anthropologist often is at crime scenes.

'Forensic anthropologists' are scientists who work in a branch of the broader field of physical anthropology. Sub-disciplines within physical anthropology include the study of primates, human evolution, biology, genetics and adaptation. Forensic anthropologists draw upon knowledge from all of these disciplines in conducting their work with human remains. The majority of physical anthropologists work for universities and government agencies, including the armed forces, law enforcement agencies or medical examiners' offices. The usual career track for forensic anthropologists is based on specialization, after the initial steps of qualification. The specialization is based on personal preferences, typical of scientific career modes. Lab and clinical work also provides a range of experiences which transfer across many areas of forensic anthropology.

The specialization is also the extension of the fundamental forensic anthropologist role into the higher forms of the science, including research, consultancies, and policy advisory work to lawmakers concerning criminal law.