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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

JOB AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS

Demand for agricultural engineers is supposed to multiply almost as quickly as the demand for all other occupation in the period from 2002-2012. The global trend toward standardization of all agricultural products and equipment will lead to greater demand for agricultural engineers. The increasing demand for agro-products, the efforts toward attaining greater efficiency in the agricultural industry and the emphasis of conservation of scare resources would result in higher job opportunities in this sector. Also, additional jobs will be created by agricultural engineers who leave the profession due to retirement and transfers.

The future of agriculture depends on the next generation of problem solvers. Creative and skilled individuals, like you, can use their knowledge of agriculture and life sciences, along with the problem-solving skills of engineering, to create new systems and solutions for the 21st Century.  Agriculture is changing faster than any time in history. That’s why, if you are interested in helping direct the future of agriculture, a degree in agricultural engineering is what you need.

Agricultural engineering is a very diverse engineering major.  Students who consider this major typically don’t picture themselves just working behind a desk solving problems; they are people who like hands-on problem solving and design implementation. They like to work in teams to solve societal problems related to agriculture. Agricultural engineers solve problems related to agricultural equipment, water quality and water management, biological products, livestock facilities, food processing, and many other agricultural areas.

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