Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations

The most recent data of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (2019) states the following about farming, fishing, and forestry occupations:

Employment in farming, fishing, and forestry occupations is projected to show little or no change from 2019 to 2029. Projected increases in some agricultural worker occupations and for fishing and hunting workers will be offset by declines in logging occupations.

Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations were one of the lowest-paid occupational groups, with a median annual wage of $27,180 in May 2019 compared to the median annual wage for all occupations of $39,810.

(Source: bls.gov)

Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Jobs

Below you find a list of farming, fishing, and forestry positions with a job summary, entry-level education, and median pay level. Each link brings you to a specific job page where you can find more information about the position, and commonly asked interview questions and answers for that job.

OccupationJob SummaryEntry-Level Education2019 Median Pay
Agricultural WorkersAgricultural workers maintain crops and tend to livestock.See How to Become One$25,840
Fishing and Hunting WorkersFishing and hunting workers catch and trap various types of animal life.No formal educational credentialThe annual wage is not available.
Forest and Conservation WorkersForest and conservation workers measure and improve the quality of forests.High school diploma or equivalent$31,770
Logging WorkersLogging workers harvest forests to provide the raw material for many consumer goods and industrial products.High school diploma or equivalent$41,230

(Source: bls.gov)

Job Interview Topics – Common Job Interview Questions & Answers

Below you can find a list of common job interview topics. Each link will direct you to an article regarding the specific topics that discuss commonly asked interview questions. Furthermore, each article discusses why the interviewer asks these questions and how you answer them!

  1. Accomplishments
  2. Adaptability
  3. Admission
  4. Behavioral
  5. Career Change
  6. Career Goals
  7. Communication
  8. Competency
  9. Conflict Resolution
  10. Creative Thinking
  11. Cultural Fit
  12. Customer Service
  13. Direct
  14. Experience
  15. Government
  16. Graduate
  17. Growth Potential
  18. Honesty & Integrity
  19. Illegal
  20. Inappropriate
  21. Job Satisfaction
  22. Leadership
  23. Management
  24. Entry-Level & No experience
  25. Performance-Based
  26. Personal
  27. Prioritization & Time Management
  28. Problem-solving
  29. Salary
  30. Situational & Scenario-based
  31. Stress Management
  32. Teamwork
  33. Telephone Interview
  34. Tough
  35. Uncomfortable
  36. Work Ethic