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Agricultural Economics As A Course by mhiztee15(f): 2:11pm On Dec 29, 2015
Fellow nairalander, sir and ma.please I need your opinion and advice on Agricultural economics as a course what is the employment opportunities in Nigeria and where can the person work after school or should I change the course
Re: Agricultural Economics As A Course by feran15(m): 3:02pm On Dec 29, 2015
agricultural economics sounds like something lucrative but probably not here in Nigeria where we dont have alot of large scale farmers and the agricultural industry isn't taken seriously.

but it might be "lucrative" if the agricultural industry is rehabilitated under buhari's administration.

i hope you can get advice from people in the agric industry .

try asking the agric section about what it entails if you dont get answers here or visit the website of a school offering the course for more info
Re: Agricultural Economics As A Course by mhiztee15(f): 4:31pm On Dec 29, 2015
cool thanks alot
feran15:
agricultural economics sounds like something lucrative but probably not here in Nigeria where we dont have alot of large scale farmers and the agricultural industry isn't taken seriously.

but it might be "lucrative" if the agricultural industry is rehabilitated under buhari's administration.

i hope you can get advice from people in the agric industry .

try asking the agric section about what it entails if you dont get answers here or visit the website of a school offering the course for more info






Re: Agricultural Economics As A Course by Dorttune(m): 4:58pm On Dec 29, 2015
Mhiz tee pls i need d story o pls.
Gbadebo d yahoo boy abeg... Here is my email.. Barnetts121@gmail.com.. Thanks
Re: Agricultural Economics As A Course by mhiztee15(f): 5:45pm On Dec 29, 2015
[quote authorpm me=Dorttune post=41455618]Mhiz tee pls i need d story o pls.
Gbadebo d yahoo boy abeg... Here is my email.. Barnetts121@gmail.com.. Thanks [/quote]
Re: Agricultural Economics As A Course by Dorttune(m): 5:57pm On Dec 29, 2015
This is my mail.. Barnetts121@gmail.com
Re: Agricultural Economics As A Course by feran15(m): 10:21pm On Dec 29, 2015
The global population is growing, demand for food is increasing and the effective management of agricultural resources is becoming more and more important. A major in Agricultural Economics opens up a variety of opportunities in both the private and public sector.

Career options for Agricultural Economics graduates includes:

Agribusiness entrepreneur
Economic analyst
Financial/credit advisor/analyst
Government or private industry economist
Policy analyst or advisor
Resource manager
Economic consultant
Statistician
Commodities trader
Economic researcher
Commodity Brokers
Farm Managers
Economists in Agricultural Research Institutes and Agro Allied Industries
Agribusiness Manager
Writer for Trade Journals, Magazines etc
Research Assistants, Economists etc
Subject Specialist in Media Houses


http://aec.lmu.edu.ng/academics/career-and-opportunity


gotten from landmark universities agricultural economics page
Re: Agricultural Economics As A Course by dayowunmi(m): 11:40pm On Dec 29, 2015
thanks for the post. Please a friend's sister wants to do this course in the university and has already obtained utme form to that effect but she is confused on the four courses she needs to write at jamb level. NB we know English is compulsory, what are the other 3. pls quote me in reply. Thanks

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Re: Agricultural Economics As A Course by Wonderboy1(m): 6:02am On Dec 30, 2015
dayowunmi:
thanks for the post. Please a friend's sister wants to do this course in the university and has already obtained utme form to that effect but she is confused on the four courses she needs to write at jamb level. NB we know English is compulsory, what are the other 3. pls quote me in reply. Thanks
English, Agriculture, Chemistry and Physics
Re: Agricultural Economics As A Course by mhiztee15(f): 7:50am On Dec 30, 2015
;Dthanks for this post I think am okay with this
feran15:
The global population is growing, demand for food is increasing and the effective management of agricultural resources is becoming more and more important. A major in Agricultural Economics opens up a variety of opportunities in both the private and public sector.

Career options for Agricultural Economics graduates includes:

Agribusiness entrepreneur
Economic analyst
Financial/credit advisor/analyst
Government or private industry economist
Policy analyst or advisor
Resource manager
Economic consultant
Statistician
Commodities trader
Economic researcher
Commodity Brokers
Farm Managers
Economists in Agricultural Research Institutes and Agro Allied Industries
Agribusiness Manager
Writer for Trade Journals, Magazines etc
Research Assistants, Economists etc
Subject Specialist in Media Houses


http://aec.lmu.edu.ng/academics/career-and-opportunity


gotten from landmark universities agricultural economics page
Re: Agricultural Economics As A Course by dayowunmi(m): 9:59pm On Dec 30, 2015
Wonderboy1:
English, Agriculture, Chemistry and Physics
Thanks bro, God bless

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Re: Agricultural Economics As A Course by 0luwatope(m): 12:34pm On Jan 18, 2017
@mhiztee15 i read your diary(only the first page tho) ama read the rest later, i hope you aint annoyed bcuz diaries are meant to be a private property. its funny tho, do you know temmysocrate, AAUA phylosophy student 200L, HE iz a friend of mine tho i'm not a student in aaua
Re: Agricultural Economics As A Course by udumajosephchim: 8:12pm On Mar 21, 2022
I NEED ADVICE
I studied Agricultural economic management and extension in Ebonyi State University.
I feel there is no hope again already I dreamt to read mechanical engineering but I didn't credit my physics in my waec and based on circumstances I choose to read anything provided it is a course in the University, and now am not comfortable as a graduate
Because sometimes when I apply for job there will tell me that there don't need my discipline.
Therefore am confuse.

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