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March 23, 2013

Companies are taking advantage of the improving economies and expanding business opportunities. With these efforts comes the need to find people to take on the work being created. If you are looking for a new job then use the information resources easily available to improve your chances of success.

Better signs in the economy means that people will start to feel comfortable about looking for new job opportunities. Agriculture is one sector of the economy that has bright spots, in terms of revenue growth and hiring increases.

According to the 2012 - 2013 U.S. Agribusiness HR Review:

February 6, 2013

Yes, there are careers in agriculture. And it is not all about dirt. Plant sciences, animal sciences, and equipment design all are part of the agriculture ecosystem.

Careers in agriculture are varied and incorporate many types of technologies, backgrounds, and study. Plant sciences, animal sciences, and equipment design all are part of the agriculture ecosystem.

Ag career resource list:

This resource list can get you started discovering what agriculture has to offer.

January 31, 2013

The latest information on connecting with consumers is shared by the National Pork Board, plus a post about the aging population of newspapers readers highlights that newspapers need to fix the problem instead of debating the data.

May 1, 2012

The outlook for agriculture employment is good. Several resources and tools can assist you in discovering agriculture job opportunities.

Employment prospects for farmers, ranchers, and production managers are expected to decline over the next seven years, with notable exceptions in organic farming, horticulture, and aquiculture. The overall outlook for careers in agriculture and food science is brighter—job growth in these areas is expected to keep pace with the average of other occupations in the United States.

Larger Farms, Fewer Jobs

February 2, 2012

Think you have what it takes to work in agriculture?

AgChat on Ag Degrees and Careers
Ag Degrees Are Key Growing food and getting it to consumers is not all about planting seeds into the ground. Knowing how plant biology works and working through the logistics of shipping 1 million tonnes of grain requires study and education. This lively AgChat shares how agriculture degrees are important.

February 2, 2012

Updates on dairy advocacy, meat markets, and playing pigs.

Do you want to capture your agriculture conference presentations for those that could not attend? Truffle Media can help you build your Conference Connection today.

January 26, 2012

Looking for a career? Agriculture is not just about tractors, soil, and animals!

Agriculture and related jobs in the U.S. has approximately 23 million people. These jobs range from life science researchers looking at plant genetics to logistics support for crop transport and delivery. The skills required range from mechanical engineering to animal sciences.