Farmers who grow grain for their own food and sell it to their own customers will probably be in the minority when it comes to the amount of agricultural jobs they need.
However, there is a new wave of new agriculture workers coming into the workforce and those that do tend to be the most skilled.
The number of new agricultural workers has more than doubled in the last five years, according to the US Department of Labor.
But, they aren’t the only ones who are coming into a position of greater financial and social responsibility.
In a recent report, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said more than half of all new agricultural job seekers in the United States in 2017 were young.
The new job seekers, or workers, are often college graduates, and they are often more educated and have more advanced training.
According to a recent U.K. survey, more than 50% of those who were hired by farmers in 2018 had at least some college education.
The most common occupations of new ag workers are farm workers, who farm for the U