My valued friend Patty DeDominic was teasing me today about being a sometime-cynic.
I explained to her that I’m not a cynic by nature, but the current political/economic situation has me in near-hysteria. But that doesn’t mean I can’t see a silver lining among the storm clouds.
Here’s one for people seeking employment or a better opportunity to consider - Agriculture.
For a wide-variety of reasons, crop yields are not keeping up with need, thus placing agriculture in the position of being a growth-industry. Of course, the world population just keeps growing. Many experts think this yield-to-need shortage will continue indefinitely.
America is the world’s breadbasket, and U.S. agri-business is huge. It’s not sexy like a hi-tech company, but it’s big, it’s sophisticated, and it’s stable.
There’s agri-business all over the nation. Just consider the mammoth agricultural presence we have in California alone.
They need all of the people that other companies need – Scientists, Engineers, Executives, Managers, Accountants, Technicians, and a host of other folk.
Take a look at Agriculture as an Industry to pursue. You might be pleasantly surprised.
Al Walsh, CEO
Walsh Enterprises, Business Advisors
Huntington Beach, Ca