Something I would like to bring up is the misappropriation of skills of
experienced archaeologists who are thrust into new positions that are
entirely at odds with their former positions (specifically mangement roles).
You become (hopefully) proficient at practical archaeology, only to be
thrown into a management role that is alien to anything you had originally
expected. Your position changes from a field-based position to a desk-based
job that entails little archaeological input from yourself.