Solve problems that are related to the way farms work.
|Agricultural Equipment Operators
Drive and control farm equipment, like tractors, balers, or tillers.
|Agricultural Graders and Sorters
Sort or classify raw food or other agricultural products.
|Agricultural and Food Science Technicians
Work to make sure farms are productive and the food produced on them is safe.
Breed animals according to certain genetic traits.
Conduct research on domestic farm animals.
Assist biological and medical scientists in laboratories.
|Buyers and Purchasing Agents of Farm Products
Buy products from farms, either to process further, or to sell to another business.
|Clinical Research Coordinators
Manage all aspects of clinical research projects.
Use equipment to catch fish or other aquatic animals.
|Environmental Engineering Technicians
Apply principles of environmental engineering to operate and test equipment that is used to help the environment.
Design ways to prevent and control pollution.
|Environmental Science Technicians
Perform laboratory and field tests to monitor the environment and find sources of pollution.
Use axes or chainsaws to cut down trees.
|Farm Animal Caretakers
Take care of farm, ranch, or water animals.
|Farm Equipment Mechanics
Repair and maintain large agricultural machinery.
|Farm Labor Contractors
Recruit and hire seasonal or temporary farm workers.
|Farmers and Ranchers
Coordinate the duties on farms, ranches, greenhouses, and other agricultural businesses.
|Farmworkers and Laborers
Plant or harvest vegetables, fruits, plants, or other crops.
Use chemistry, microbiology, engineering, and other sciences to analyze foods.
|Forest and Conservation Technicians
Measure and improve the quality of forests, including preventing forest fires.
|Forest and Conservation Workers
Perform manual labor to maintain or protect forests, woodlands, wetlands, or rangelands.
Manage forested lands for economic, recreational, and conservation purposes.
|Garbage and Recyclable Material Collectors
Collect garbage or recyclables from containers and put them into a truck.
|Geological and Petroleum Technicians
Assist scientists in exploring and extracting natural resources, such as minerals, oils, and natural gas.
|Hazardous Materials Removal Workers
Identify, remove, and dispose of hazardous materials.
|Hunters and Trappers
Hunt and trap wild animals.
|Log Graders and Scalers
Estimate how much marketable value a log has.
|Logging Equipment Operators
Drive tractors or other equipment to stack logs, pull stumps, or clear brush.
|Natural Sciences Managers
Coordinate activities in a variety of scientific fields, such as life sciences, physical sciences, mathematics, or statistics.
|Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
Feed, water, groom, bathe, and exercise pets and other nonfarm animals.
|Pest Control Workers
Apply chemical solutions to kill or remove pests from homes or businesses.
|Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, and Applicators
Apply chemicals to lawns or farm crops to kill weeds or pests.
|Soil and Plant Scientists
Research the breeding, production, and management of crops, trees, and plants.
|Supervisors of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers
Directly supervise the work of agricultural, forestry, and fishing workers.
|Tree Trimmers and Pruners
Cut away dead or extra branches from trees or shrubs.
|Water Resources Engineers
Water resources engineers design and manage systems that treat polluted wastewater, and deliver safe water for homes or businesses.
|Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators
Operate an entire system of machines to transfer or treat water.
|Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists
Study the characteristics and habitats of animals and wildlife.