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What Did We Learn Directly from Employers in the Agriculture Industry?
If you want to become part of careers and employment opportunities in this critical and growing field, following is more about the needed skills, degrees, and previous work experience that they are looking for. For a full report, click here.
These employers indicated that they hire people to fulfill a host of different roles in their organization. The following percentages indicate how many of them reported having jobs in these respective fields.
Business Management and Administration
Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics
Average incomes for these jobs are both above and below the county’s median income:
And the skill needs of Agriculture are increasing with the integration of technology:
Most Requested Degrees
Most Requested Trades and Certificates
Truck Driving (CDL)
Top Jobs for Those with High School Diploma or GED
Top Jobs for Those without Credentials
Now that you know what you need, you can start your roadmap with the education and training providers to help you reach your career destination. Check out your roadmap here.