Ag, Food, and Natural Resources
Plant systems- agriculture technician, soil and water conservationist, biochemist
Food Products and processing systems- butchers and meat cutters, food science technician, aquacultural manager
Agribusiness systems- nursery manager, Food scientist, agricultural and extension education services
Environmental service systems- hazardous material removal worker, water/wastewater engineer, climate change analyst
Power, Structural, and Technical systems- aircraft mechanics and service systems, solar energy systems engineers, wind energy project managers
Natural Resources systems- biofuels processing technicians, fish and game wardens, biological scientist
A career readiness skill that you would need is to be able to use critical thinking to come up with solutions. Another career readiness skill that you would need is being able to manage your own career development because you will be working by yourself most of the time.
The higher percentile of the people in this career make a little under $60,000 a year. It's best to have an associates degree for this career. It is suggested to major in Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, and Related Sciences. This is a hard laboring job that involves you to be outside and use your hands for a lot of things, and most tasks causes strain to your back. Depending on what animals you want to breed there are many jobs you can get that are in demand. You can be a breeding accountant for dairy and beef, or you can also join artificial insemination companies which is getting more and more in demand by the sharp increase in people using artificial insemination on there animals.