Dr. Brian Roe, Associate Professor-Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics.
The Answer: a 98.7% Chance that You’ll have a Job after Graduation
You may have seen the Yahoo! News article highlighting three agricultural degrees as among the top five “College Majors That Are Useless,” which left many professionals in the agricultural sector scratching their heads, particularly recruiters and educators of students in the fields of Agribusiness and Agricultural Economics. The Yahoo! article, and several others like it, used findings from the National Association of Colleges and Employers’ (NACE) 2012 Job Outlook study, which surveyed less than 1,000 employers on their future hiring plans.
Click here to read an article that Dr. Brian Rose has written that shows there is a great need for agricultural degrees.
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