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The Queensland Agriculture Industry Workforce Plan 2022-2027 will help attract, train and retain workers in Queensland’s agriculture industry over the next five years.

The workforce plan, developed in partnership with the Queensland Farmers’ Federation and in collaboration with the Rural Jobs and Skills Alliance, covers the current and emerging workforce needs of the grazing, horticulture, cropping and aquaculture agribusiness sectors.

Findings from an environmental scan and consultation with farmers, growers, workers and training providers has informed future facing strategies to respond to skills needs and shortages affecting the growth, profitability and productivity of Queensland’s ag sector.

The recent Queensland Agworkforce Summit featured discussion around the Queensland Agriculture Industry Workforce Plan 2022-2027 and attendees were asked for input to help guide the implementation of the plan.

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Last updated 23 August 2022