Agriculture and agtech are rapidly growing in demand in the US.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, agricultural and ag-technology jobs are expected to grow by 23% between 2020 and 2024.
However, it may not be a coincidence that agtech jobs are also rapidly expanding.
The number of US farmers in the agricultural field is expected to double in the next decade, to nearly 2 million, according to a report from the US Department of Agriculture.
And while the total number of American workers in the ag tech industry is projected to grow to more than 5 million by 2024, it will only be a fraction of the total jobs that will be created.
That’s why the US is a perfect place to find agtech-related jobs.
With a growing demand for software engineers, farmers will be able to automate many of their tasks with software.
As the number of farmers grows, the need for agtech tech is expected rise, too.
It’s expected that the number will increase by more than a third in the first decade of the 21st century.
The US Department is forecasting that in 2024, there will be more than 4.4 million workers in agriculture and ag tech, according a report by the USDA.
While this number may seem high, there are several reasons for it.
In fact, the US government estimates that between 2020-2026, the population of the US will more than double.
There will be nearly 8 million people working in agriculture, according the report.
And, in fact, these numbers are only a small fraction of what’s being created in the field.
It is estimated that by 2020, there could be as many as 2.2 million US workers in ag tech.
And by 2024 that number will be up to about 2.5 million.
The future of agriculture and agriculture-related employment in the United States is looking bright.
With the rise of agtech, there is a need for more workers to do the jobs that farmers have traditionally done for generations.
However in the end, these jobs won’t necessarily be filled by the same workers that are coming to the United State from other parts of the world.
The United States, in many ways, has become a breeding ground for workers from all over the world, including China.
As China becomes a growing power, its ability to compete for jobs in the global economy has been growing, too, said Dan Coyle, an associate professor of agronomy at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
The world is a much more complex place, with a lot of different economies and workers from many different countries, Coyle said.
The challenges are that in order to be successful in the market, you need a strong set of skills and experience, he added.
With that in mind, Córdoba, the local community, is trying to fill the needs of the farmers in his town by creating jobs for locals.
One of the challenges of farming in Cóndoba, as in most parts of Argentina, is the lack of infrastructure and people.
Many of the farms are small, so people need to take care of their families and keep their jobs, Cárdoba Mayor Antonio Castañeda said.
Many farms are run by family members.
They take care about their families, the environment, the food, the weather, Cánstoba Mayor Castaña said.
With this in mind and with the need to hire new people, Cúrdoba is looking to recruit local workers in order for the local population to grow.
While Cándoba may not have as many people working as other parts or countries, he is optimistic that it will be a good way to fill this need.
Cáldoba Mayor Castro told ABC News that the city is planning to hire a total of 10 to 15 local workers a month over the next year to help fill the gap.
The city plans to start hiring on a seasonal basis, with the hope of finding more workers in 2017.
Cóldoba, located in the South American country of Argentina and the capital of Buenos Aires, has had a lot going on recently, as the country has seen several protests over the past year.
Many people, particularly in the capital, have been protesting against the lack on government services that people have received from the country.
While many of the protests have been peaceful, Cónadoras opposition has been fueled by a number of social media posts from the city’s residents, such as the hashtag #DontHearItTheresNoVacation, which has been trending in Argentina since March.
With an increasing need for workers in Cántra del Sur, Cancun, and other places, the city may find itself in a good position to find new workers for the agtech industry.
However it may take some time for the city to find the right workforce.
In the meantime, the town is trying its best to recruit workers for its farmers and to help them find new jobs. Cancuna,