Urban Jobs for People With Agricultural Degrees
It is possible for people with agricultural degrees to work in urban areas. This is to say, in other words, that people with agricultural degrees are not ‘condemned’ to work in rural areas their entire lives. Granted, most of the people who enroll for agricultural degrees tend to be folks who love the rustic life – and who therefore wouldn’t mind working in rural areas all their lives. But we also have some folks with agricultural degrees who, at some point, get bored with the ‘serenity’ of rural life and start yearning for the ‘vibrancy’ of urban life. Some even go to the extent of signing up for retail or service jobs: just to escape from rural life. That is how, for instance, you may find someone with an agricultural degree enquiring about the Mynordstrom sign up process. He would be doing so with the hope of finding a job at Nordstrom, in an urban area, to escape the ‘boredom’ of rural life. And he would be willing to do just about anything, to get a job at Nordstrom (which would then give him Mynordstrom access). A fact that many such people don’t know is that they can still practice their agricultural skills in urban areas. There are jobs that are relevant to their agricultural degrees that they can get to do in the urban areas. Those include:
- Jobs in manufacture of agricultural inputs: the companies that manufacture agricultural inputs often need to have employees with agricultural degrees. And many of these companies are based in urban areas.
- Jobs in manufacture of agricultural machinery: similarly, the companies that manufacture agricultural machinery often desire to have employees with agricultural degrees in their service. And many of these companies are also based in urban areas.
- Government advisory jobs: the government departments that deal with agriculture often need to have people with agricultural degrees in their service. And more often than not, the offices of these departments are in urban areas.
- Agricultural consultancy jobs: there are organizations that do agricultural consultancy work, and they often need people with agricultural degrees to work for them. Of course, these consultancies tend to be urban-based.
- Jobs in agricultural finance: we have organizations dealing with agricultural finance, and they (or at least their headquarters) tend to be urban-based. These organizations too, often need people with agricultural degrees to work for them. And that translates into yet another opportunity to get an urban job, with an agricultural degree.