Agricultural Workers: Schools and Careers

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The Top Cities tab shows employment statistics for Agricultural Workers by major metro area.

The Top Industries tab shows which industries have the most jobs for Agricultural Workers, along with salary data by industry.

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Metro Areas Rated for Popularity for:
Agricultural Workers

Listed below are metro areas ranked by the popularity of jobs for Agricultural Workers relative to the population of the city, as of 2008. Salary data was obtained from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

A Relative Popularity of 1.0 means that the city has an average number of the particular job, for its population, compared to the rest of the US. Higher numbers mean proportionally more jobs of that type.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Metro Area Jobs Salary


Montgomery 70 $23630 11.8


Phoenix 230 $52140 3.36
Mesa 230 $52140 3.36
Scottsdale 230 $52140 3.36
Yuma 30 $27110 14.04


Fresno 70 $22060 5.7
Chico 40 $39420 16.31
Riverside 0 $31980 0
San Bernardino 0 $31980 0
Ontario 0 $31980 0
Stockton 100 $35750 12.16
Lodi 100 $35750 12.16
Visalia 70 $19790 12.67
Porterville 70 $19790 12.67
Yuba City 0 $23260 0


Greeley 30 $33830 9.48


Atlanta 40 $30850 0.46
Sandy Springs 40 $30850 0.46
Roswell 40 $30850 0.46


Des Moines 60 $35870 4.87
West Des Moines 60 $35870 4.87


New Orleans 30 $28370 1.53
Metairie 30 $28370 1.53


Salem 30 $26370 5.46


Seattle 0 $36760 0
Tacoma 0 $36760 0
Bellevue 0 $36760 0
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Career Stories (Job Profiles) for Agricultural Workers

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Most Popular Industries (as of 2008) for:
Agricultural Workers

Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Industry Jobs Percent Salary
Government 2,320 33% $31,420
Non-durable Goods Wholesale 1,750 25% $20,530
Agriculture And Forestry Services 1,150 16% $19,180
Education 460 6% $34,730
Professional And Technical Services 370 5% $19,090
Forestry 230 3% $32,200
Social Service 190 2% $18,380
Food 150 2% $25,230
Utilities 100 1% $21,210
Wood Products Manufacturing 90 1% $28,820
Office Services And Staffing 80 1% $23,620
Durable Goods Wholesale 70 1% $24,320
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