Start or expand your career in Australia’s Farming and Agriculture industry.
There are approximately 85,000 farm businesses in Australia, producing enough food to feed 600 people, 150 at home and 450 overseas. Australian farmers produce almost 93 percent of Australia’s daily domestic food supply.
Commonly known as the food and fibre industry, there are over 300,000 people directly employed in Australian agriculture, with a total of 1.6 million employed across the full supply chain. It’s a growing industry too - in 2016-17 the sector was a $44.8 billion industry, up from $32.5 billion in 2010-11.
Farming and agriculture workers are in high demand, ranging from working holiday visa holders for seasonal harvest and seeding jobs, through to permanent employment on farms and within supply chain businesses. Traditional roles include; farm hands, fruit pickers, crop specialists, soil scientist, fertilizer sales representative, plant breeders, plant geneticist, soil conservationist, soil surveyor, farm supply representative and many more.
There is a wide variety of careers and occupations within the sector and Jobs in Farming has thousands of job opportunities available right now from across Australia.