Resources For Students
Washington’s agricultural industry is changing – evolving to include cutting edge careers in highly technical fields. Agricultural based careers in Washington can be found on farms, in factories, on fishing vessels, in labs, and on salesroom floors.
Agriculture & Natural Resources Career Cluster
Career clusters identify the knowledge and skills students need as they
follow a pathway toward their career goal. The Agriculture & Natural
Resource Career Cluster is divided into seven career pathway. Pathways
are grouped by common knowledge and skills required of occupations in
the agriculture and natural resource career fields.
Education & Training Program
Agricultural Occupations Quick Guide
The demand/decline list of occupations is hosted by the Labor Market and Economic Analysis (LMEA) branch of the Employment Security Department, and local Workforce Development Councils are responsible for the list, as well as all updates and revisions. To access these lists, visit In-Demand Agriculture Occupations.
Career Bridge is a searchable database created by the Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board, highlighting education and training programs throughout the state where workers and students can discover:
- Career titles
- List of Eligible Training Providers
- Average earnings and employment outlooks