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Agriculture Careers

Want to Work in Agriculture? Looking for an Agriculture Careers, Jobs in Agriculture?

Agriculture is the world's biggest business. The value of international trade in food and related agricultural products is enormous and increasing all the time. This is a time of great change in the agricultural sector including:

  • Increased use of technology

  • Greater global competition (due to globalisation of trade)

  • More diverse agricultural product range

  • Increased environmental and health awareness for example the growth in organic and sustainable farming.

Some of the challenges are daunting. Forecasters are estimating a worldwide population explosion with an increase from the current 2.3 billion people to eight billion by the year 2020. If this prediction proves to be accurate, agriculture will need to produce as much in the next 25 years as it has produced in the last 10,000 years, to meet the soaring demand for food worldwide. It will not be an easy task - water requirements are set to double and top-soil is being lost at a rate of around seven per cent per decade.

The main challenge will be to provide enough food without further damage to the environment and against a background of increasing difficulties due to climatic change and the diminution and pollution of water supplies.

These and other changes have resulted in fewer traditional agricultural jobs but in order to meet the challenge, highly qualified and motivated professionals, armed with modern marketing, business and communication skills are essential. However, those with more traditional agricultural and land management training will still be needed to back them up. Career opportunities cover the whole range of the agricultural industries from farmer to consumer, plough to plate. Choosing the right course is therefore essential.

Employers in the agricultural and land-based sector are setting higher and higher standards and expect their new employees to take a hands-on approach to the business and management aspects of their new careers. Give yourself a head start by signing up for one of our agriculture courses today.

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