How to get your next job as an agricultural tech worker

An agricultural tech job seeker might think the job prospects are bright.

But they’re not, according to a new report from the University of Illinois.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Labor Market Research Institute analyzed data on more than 1.3 million people and found that about 3 percent of them hold jobs in the agricultural technology field, or some form of technology-related work.

That figure is higher than the overall unemployment rate of 6.4 percent for the entire country in 2016.

But it’s significantly higher than unemployment rates for other occupations, such as salespeople, cashiers, and janitors, according the report.

The unemployment rate for agricultural workers in 2016 was 4.9 percent, according a recent report from The Economic Policy Institute, which looked at data from the U.K. and France.

That’s the lowest rate of unemployment for workers in agriculture.

But there’s a lot more to the unemployment rate than just the agricultural tech jobs.

The report noted that the agricultural sector is growing and the number of workers in the industry is also growing.

But overall, agriculture workers are still struggling to get a decent wage.

The report also noted that there are some good reasons for that, including the fact that agricultural technology is highly skill-intensive and requires a lot of skills.

The workforce is also a growing segment, especially in the U, which has the highest rate of college completion among all developed countries, according TOEFL-accredited college degrees.

But as for the people who are looking for work, they don’t seem to have a lot to worry about.

The USDA’s report states that agricultural jobs are often filled by graduates of high school or college, and those jobs often pay $15 to $20 an hour, which is lower than the average hourly wage for agriculture workers in both the U and the U-S.S.-Mexico.

But if you are a college graduate or have some college degree, the report said you might be able to find a good job that pays $10 to $15 an hour.

So, while there are still plenty of jobs out there for people who aren’t college graduates, they might not be the ones you’re looking for.

The good news is that the U is not the only country with a high unemployment rate in agriculture, according.

There are a number of countries that have higher unemployment rates in agriculture than the U., including Italy, Greece, Ireland, Spain, and Portugal.

But for those of us in the United States, those figures are pretty much irrelevant, according-to the report’s authors.

The study also found that agriculture workers can expect to earn between $16,000 and $19,000 annually.

That means they can get by on just about any income, including working part time, working multiple jobs, and making minimum wage.

But if you’re a college grad or have a college degree and want to work in agriculture that is, the USDA report said, “not as good as you think.”