Agricultural Innovators

For people interested in agriculture and innovation, design, or engineering, careers in precision agriculture or agricultural engineering can be a good fit.

They might work in precision agriculture, responsible for using technology and data analysis to optimise agricultural practices, such as through precision planting or irrigation management, to improve productivity and sustainability.

Alternatively, they could work in agricultural engineering, responsible for designing and developing agricultural equipment and infrastructure, such as through irrigation systems or storage facilities, to enhance agricultural efficiency and outcomes. In both roles, people can combine their technical and agricultural skills to create innovative and efficient solutions for agricultural challenges.

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Possible Pathways

These are just a few of the possible career pathways you could take from this Starting Point; do any of them look interesting to you?

Chemical and Materials Engineers are innovative problem solvers who make a positive impact on society.

Growth: Moderate

Field Size: Small

Hours Worked: Average

Creative and detail-oriented individuals make excellent authors, book and script editors.

Growth: Strong

Field Size: Small

Hours Worked: Average

Multimedia specialists and web developers are creative and tech-savvy individuals who excel at bringing ideas to life online.

Growth: Strong

Field Size: Small

Hours Worked: Average

Telecommunications Engineering Professionals are innovative problem-solvers who excel in their field.

Growth: Very Strong

Field Size: Small

Hours Worked: Average

Civil engineering professionals make great problem solvers and builders of our infrastructure.

Growth: Strong

Field Size: Significant

Hours Worked: Average

Secondary school teachers make a positive impact on the lives of their students.

Growth: Moderate

Field Size: Large

Hours Worked: Average