article Agriculture degrees are a pretty expensive way to earn a living, but they’re becoming increasingly popular as the number of jobs in agriculture has risen dramatically.
This week, a new batch of jobs created by a massive expansion of the country’s agricultural workforce is slated to go live at the end of this month.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released a report on Tuesday that shows that there were more than 1.8 million agricultural jobs in the U.S. in September, which is roughly 10% more than the previous month.
There were about 638,000 agricultural jobs added in August, and 647,000 in July, according to the report.
The total number of positions for all sectors of agriculture in the United States rose by roughly 7.5 million jobs in September compared to the previous year.
That said, while a lot of the new jobs are high-paying, many aren’t exactly easy to find.
There are a number of factors to consider when hiring for a new job, including a person’s background, the job’s pay and the size of the company.
The BLS also noted that some of the jobs offered through this new expansion are only available in certain states, which means that you’ll need to look for a job in a state that’s closer to home.
For example, in New Jersey, the new state-specific jobs include a truck driver, a farm assistant and a pest control contractor.
All of these jobs require a bachelor’s degree and are not open to all applicants.
The best way to find a job that will give you the edge over the competition is to find one that offers a wide variety of positions.
To help you figure out which ones might be the best fit, here are 10 of the best agricultural job opportunities to find on the market right now.