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Agricultural engineers work in the agricultural industry where they use their knowledge of engineering technology to design customized agricultural machinery, structures, equipment, and processes. They perform extensive research to identify better ways to conserve water and soil, more efficient sowing and harvesting techniques and improve how agricultural products are processed and stored. Their specific responsibilities may differ depending on the exact field they are working in within the agricultural industry.
Agricultural engineers must have strong mathematics, critical thinking, complex problem-solving, and communication skills. They must also have extensive knowledge of technology design and be able to determine which tools and equipment are the best choices for a particular job.
You need to have a bachelor's degree in agricultural or biological engineering to work as an agricultural engineer. Some employers may also require applicants to have a license as a professional engineer or PE.
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