Choosing Agriculture as a career. / Jayson Sorhaindo.
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|Lincoln Heritage PL - Chrisney Branch||CHR 650 SOR (Text)||70743000155570||Chrisney||Available||-|
|IN MEMORY OF JAMES BUCKLES: DONATED BY CHRISNEY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1957 [ LLS 2018-05-31 @ LNCLN-CHR ]|
- ISBN: 9781784559687
- Physical Description: 135 pages 20 cm
In the ten chapters of this book, the author discusses different perspectives in choosing agriculture as a career. From these perspectives, a career in agriculture is ""de-stigmatized"" from being seen as 'toiling in soil for little pay"", to being embraced for its pivotal role in the survival of families, nations and the world!The author encourages persons who are not attracted to tilling the ground, caring for animals or being farm managers and helpers, to consider the many other opportunities available in agriculture in any field, from business to accounting, journalism, public relations, transportation systems, engineering, shaping public policy and using science and the latest technologies to enhance water quality and food safety.A career in agriculture can make you feel good about the fact that you are making a valuable contribution to people's daily lives. A career in agriculture could be a perfect fit for you!