Agricultural engineers attempt to solve agricultural problems concerning power supplies, the efficiency of machinery, the use of structures and facilities, pollution and environmental issues, and the storage and processing of agricultural products.
Agricultural engineers must have a bachelor’s degree, preferably in agricultural engineering or biological engineering.
Employment of agricultural engineers is projected to grow 2 percent from 2019 to 2029, slower than the average for all occupations.
Agricultural engineers work mostly in offices, but may spend time traveling to agricultural settings. Agricultural engineers typically work full time.