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Types of Agriculture Jobs

Agricultural Communications
Agricultural Communications

Agricultural communication (or agricultural communications) is a field that focuses on communication about agriculture-related information among agricultural stakeholders and between agricultural and non-agricultural stakeholders.

Agricultural Consultant
Agricultural Consultant

512 Agricultural Consultant jobs available on Indeed.com. Search for jobs at Nutrien, Inter-American Development Bank, Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences and more!

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Agricultural Economics
Agricultural Economics

Search for Agricultural Economics jobs at Monster. Browse our collection of Agricultural Economics job listings, including openings in full time and part time.

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Agricultural Education
Agricultural Education

Company with Agriculture Education jobs Farm Credit Mid-America Farm Credit Mid-America is the area’s largest financial institution dedicated to serving farmers and rural residents.

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Agricultural Engineering
Agricultural Engineering

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Agricultural Food Scientist
Agricultural Food Scientist

Agricultural and food scientists research ways to improve the efficiency and safety of agricultural establishments and products. Work Environment Agricultural and food scientists work in laboratories, in offices, and in the field. Most agricultural and food scientists work full time.

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Agricultural Inspector
Agricultural Inspector

Agricultural Inspectors examine all equipment and facilities involved in the agricultural food production process, as well as the agricultural products that are waiting to be sold to the public. They ensure that everything about this process is up-to-code and safe for human consumption.

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Agricultural Specialist
Agricultural Specialist

Agriculture Specialist As a CBPAS, you will be trained to safeguard American agriculture while facilitating legitimate trade and travel. Providing a critical role in the Department of Homeland Security, CBP agriculture specialists possess specialized skill sets they use to prevent the introduction of harmful exotic plant pests and foreign animal diseases, and potential ag/bio-terrorism into the United States.

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Agronomist
Agronomist

Agronomy jobs have created a multi-disciplinary field that is focused on using plants for food, fuel, fibre, and land reclamation. Agronomists' careers start in the fields of plant genetics, plant physiology, meteorology, and soil science.

Agronomy/Soils
Agronomy/Soils

A major in agronomy focuses on the study of plants and soils and their interaction with the environment. Students can focus on business and industry, consulting and production, plant science and biotechnology, soil and environmental science or range management.

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Animal Sciences
Animal Sciences

Overall employment of agricultural and food scientists is projected to grow 7 percent from 2016 to 2026, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Employment of agricultural and food scientists is projected to grow as research into agricultural production methods and techniques continues.

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Aquatic Ecologist
Aquatic Ecologist

What Is an Aquatic Ecologist? Aquatic Ecology is a sub-discipline of ecology - the science of the environmental balance between forms of the life, the geography, the geology and soil type. Aquatic Ecologists examine fresh water areas such as marsh wetlands (salt flats and fresh water flood plains), lakes and rivers.

Arborist
Arborist

An arborist's services may also be used to improve the appearance, health, or value of trees. Arborists may work under job titles like tree trimmer, tree climber, ground worker, or line clearance foreman.

Farm Manager
Farm Manager

Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers supervise laborers and other workers, so effective communication is critical. Mechanical skills. Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers operate complex machinery and occasionally perform routine maintenance. Physical strength.

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Fish Farm Manager
Fish Farm Manager

Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers operate establishments that produce crops, livestock, and dairy products. Work Environment. Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers typically work outdoors, but may spend some time in offices. They often do strenuous physical work.

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Food Sciences
Food Sciences

Overall employment of agricultural and food scientists is projected to grow 7 percent from 2016 to 2026, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Employment of agricultural and food scientists is projected to grow as research into agricultural production methods and techniques continues.

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Plant Breeder/Geneticist
Plant Breeder/Geneticist

Plant breeders work in controlled environments, like greenhouses, to develop seeds for stronger crop yields or create new kinds of plant species. Degree programs in this field range from bachelor's degrees to PhDs, and include coursework in subjects like botany, plant genetics and crop enhancement. Certification is available in this field, and there is a 5% predicted increase in job opportunities for agricultural and food scientists between 2014-2024.

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Rural Practice Surveyor
Rural Practice Surveyor

However, the proportion of women in surveying is growing faster in rural practice than other areas. There are initiatives to attract more women into the profession by encouraging flexible working. One of the distinguishing features of the work is the broad mix of clients and professional contacts surveyors work with.

Soil Scientist
Soil Scientist

Overall employment of agricultural and food scientists is projected to grow 7 percent from 2016 to 2026, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Employment of agricultural and food scientists is projected to grow as research into agricultural production methods and techniques continues.

source: bls.gov