Strength in Numbers


That's right, when you choose Ag as a career, there is no second guessing whether you'll be able to find a job upon graduating.

Median salary income $65,850

A degree in agriculture, sometimes called agricultural science, can lead to many diverse careers, depending on what educational track the student pursues. These degree programs prepare graduates for jobs related to the science and business of growing cash crops, raising farm animals and caring for natural resources. To give an example, a typical food scientist graduating with a Bachelor's Degree had a median salary in 2014 of $65,850 annual and the projected job growth for the years 2012-2022 are 5% increase.* Source: *U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics


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