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2011 Ag & Food Employer Guide

The annual Ag & Food Employer Guide for job seekers is now available online! This publication from AgCareers.com and Agri Marketing magazine is an important resource to students and professionals throughout North America. Job seekers will learn about careers in the agriculture, food, biotechnology and natural resources industries. Whether looking for an internship or full-time employment, this guide provides helpful job search tips and connects job seekers to some of the best employers in agriculture.

The Ag & Food Employer Guide provides many useful articles to help in the job search process. A few of this year’s articles include: “Resumes: From Good to Great,” “Generation Y’s Guide to Working with Older Generations” and “Social Media: A Double-Edged Sword.” For those considering further education in agriculture, they can also examine master’s and continuing education programs highlighted inside the piece.

The elite businesses featured in this publication are actively recruiting and hiring to fill a variety of jobs, especially internships and entry-level positions. We encourage job seekers to read the profiles to find out more about the featured employers and their job opportunities. If you are an employer that would like to be featured in our next guide, contact AgCareers.com for more details.

Please share this publication with your fellow students and job seekers; download your digital copy here. There is a U.S. and Canadian publication, and both are available in a hard copy version as well that is distributed to more than 20,000 students in North America. AgCareers.com supplies printed versions to more than 100 agriculture-focused institutions of higher learning and distributes them at career fairs. Pick up a copy at your college or university career services office.

There are incredible opportunities offered by the agriculture industry and we are confident this guide and AgCareers.com will help students and professionals find their perfect career.

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