Elevator Worker

Elevator Worker

$32,050

After a farmer has harvested his crop, he loads up the dry grains onto a truck to be transported to a grain elevator. Grain elevators are large storage silos, several stories high, that are used to house massive quantities of grain. 

Laborer I

Laborer I

$26,033 - $34,630

Laborers are essential to the Agriculture industry, and despite the seasonal nature of some jobs, they are always in demand. The sheer number and diversity of jobs in this category may surprise you. Agricultural workers and laborers are employed in greenhouses and plant nurseries as well as on farms and ranches.

Agronomist

Agronomist

$58,600

Agronomists have a degree in agronomy or related field and use their education to collect soil, plant, and water samples and analyze data to help them diagnose the needs of crops and improve agricultural growth. In addition, many agronomists will interact with clients, develop budgeting plans, and lead teams.

Trader I

Trader I

$72,004 - $97,280

Commodity traders/merchandisers make bids/offers to buy and sell grain, food ingredients, agronomy products and fertilizer, refined fuel products and lubricants, manage logistics, as well as monitor markets and manage risk.

Sales

Sales

$60,000+

Agricultural sales representatives market fuel, propane, lubricants, animal feed, seed, fertilizer, agronomy services, finance, insurance, equipment, and a number of other products and services to Agriculture customers.

Soil Conservationist

Soil Conservationist

$65,000

Soil Conservationists plan resource management systems and provide basic consulting services to nonprofit and for-profit groups. In the Agricultural industry, Soil Conservationists use their skills to ensure soil and also water, plants, and animal resources remain sustainable for the worldwide environment and industry.