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See what it takes for you to become an agronomist, an environmental engineer, a food scientist, and more. The profiles below contain information on numerous agricultural career’s future, required education, responsibilities, and what types of employers are out there. And if you are ready to learn more, you can become involved with the suggested professional organizations and associations for each industry!

 

 

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  • Agribusiness

    Agribusiness Managers analyze, report and give advice for a company or farms financial well-being. They conduct strenuous record keeping…

  • Agricultural Engineering

    Overview Agriculture Engineers use technology to install, repair, service, and create systems and machines in agriculture. This can include…

  • Agriculture Education

    Overview An Agricultural Science Teacher is responsible for the education of agriculture, food science, and natural resources for students.…

  • Agriculture Journalist

    Overview Agricultural journalists report and write features that will be found relevant by those involved in agriculture, but stories…

  • Agronomy

    Agronomy is the science of crop production and developing managing practice of the soil. To bring crops to harvest…

  • Animal Geneticist

    Overview Animal Geneticists analyze the genetic makeup of animals in order discover which genes cause them to behave certain…

  • Animal Science

    Overview Animal Science is the study of the biology of animals that are under the control of humankind. Animal Biotechnologists…

  • Apiary Worker / Beekeeper

    Overview An apiary worker, often called a beekeeper, manage colonies of honeybees for the production of honey as well…

  • Chemical Engineering

    Overview Chemical engineers apply the principles of chemistry, biology, physics, and math to solve problems that involve the production…

  • Crop Science

    Overview Crop scientists produce and improve the quality of food crops that we consume. These scientists develop new methods…

  • Ecology

    Overview Ecologists are concerned with ecosystems as a whole, the abundance and distribution of organisms (people, plants, animals), and…

  • Entomology

    Overview Entomology is the study of insects. The role of an Entomologist is to research the growth, nutrition, behavior…

  • Environmental Engineer

    Overview An Environmental engineer is responsible for researching problems within the environment and creating solutions for areas like water…

  • Environmental Sciences

    Overview Environmental science is that study of the effects of natural and unnatural processes, and of the interactions of…

  • Fermentation Scientist

    Overview Fermentation scientists are food scientists who study microorganisms in the fermentation process and how they relate to food…

  • Flavor Technologist

    Overview Flavor technologists develop and manufacture flavoring used in food and drink products What responsibilities will I have? Conduct…

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