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Agricultural Workforce Report

The Agricultural Workforce Report is an annual overview of agricultural employment and wages in Washington state. Report topics include agricultural trade, production and the agricultural labor market.

The Agricultural Workforce Report provides data on agricultural employment, unemployment, wage rates and earnings.  This information helps Washington’s agricultural industry recruit farmworkers and manage their businesses.

Agricultural producers, industry groups and policy-makers use the information in this report when assessing labor needs and estimating the effect of seasonal farm work and agricultural labor on Washington’s economy.

What is the data source for the report?

We draw on our own data, data from other government agencies and industry groups to produce the report. These sources include

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