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Many employers, including the federal government, require a bachelor's degree for some positions. Many jobs require at least four years of experience in the field. Most states require agricultural inspectors to be licensed, which requires passing an exam.
Inspectors work with a variety of people. Thus, they need to be able to communicate well. Employers prefer people who have negotiation skills and tact. This is because inspectors may be in situations where a group or individual does not want to cooperate.
Experienced agricultural inspectors who have good organizational skills may become supervisors.
Apiary Inspector, Food Regulatory Field Supervisor, Plant Pest Inspector, Plant Protection Specialist, Grain Inspector, Meat and Poultry Inspector, Seed and Fertilizer Specialist
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