Agricultural product analyst (economist) - Salary and Career

Agricultural product analyst (economist) - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They analyze the economic environment, design and execute economic, market and economic feasibility research projects, among others. They participate in strategic and short-term planning and assess collective impact policies for the government, NGOs and other organizations. They manage economic-financial programming, operate in domestic and foreign markets, examine corporate finances. They can exercise mediation, expertise and arbitration.

How much does an Agricultural product analyst (economist) earn

A Agricultural product analyst (economist) earns between $1.909 and $12.271 per month, with an average monthly salary of $4.593 and a median salary of $3.500 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 311 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Agricultural product analyst (economist)

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 4.593 55.114 1.148 22
1º Quartile 1.909 22.910 477 9
Median Salary 3.500 42.000 875 16
3º Quartile 9.359 112.304 2.340 44
Higher Salary 12.271 147.256 3.068 57

Professional job categories

  • Science and arts professionals
    • professionals of the social sciences and humanities
      • social scientists, psychologists
        • economists

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Main workplaces

Economists they work in companies of various economic activities such as financial intermediation, insurance and private pension, public administration, social security, economic consulting companies, in agriculture, livestock, industry and services related to these activities, in wholesale trade and trade intermediaries. They are mostly statutory or salaried employees with a formal contract, work as a team, with permanent supervision, in a closed environment and during daytime hours.

What does it take to work in the field of Economists

The exercise of these occupations requires a higher degree in economic sciences or a postgraduate degree in economics and registration with the Regional Council of Economics. The full performance of activities occurs after one or two years of experience in the area.

Functions and activities of Agricultural product analyst (economist)

Economists must:

  • analyze economic environment;
  • acting in domestic and foreign markets;
  • evaluating collective impact policies (government, ngos, other organizations);
  • communicate;
  • act in internal and external markets;
  • acting in internal and external markets;
  • exercise mediation, expertise and arbitration;
  • elaborate projects (economic research, markets, economic feasibility etc);
  • participate in strategic and short-term planning;
  • work in internal and external markets;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • elaborate projects (economic research, market research, economic feasibility etc);
  • examine corporate finance;
  • execute projects (economic research, market research, economic feasibility etc);
  • exercising mediation, expertise and arbitration;
  • manage economic-financial programming;
  • evaluate collective impact policies (government, ngos, other organizations);

  • Activities

    • browse bibliography;
    • analyze socio-economic and environmental sustainability;
    • verify company information (due diligence);
    • work as a team;
    • perform sectoral and regional analyses;
    • indicate merger, acquisition, partnership etc;
    • subsidize decisions;
    • apply quantitative methods;
    • manage databases;
    • justify project;
    • manage cash flow;
    • estimate results;
    • suggest technology adoption;
    • predict competitors' performance;
    • show creativity;
    • delimit object;
    • demonstrate ability to use computer resources;
    • write articles, books, economic bulletins and reports;
    • negotiate projects;
    • list action alternatives;
    • estimate demand;
    • perform financial statement analysis;
    • define a schedule;
    • analyze political-institutional environment;
    • estimate social and environmental impacts (externalities);
    • issuing reports and opinions;
    • verify implementation of proposed actions;
    • reveal critical judgment;
    • monitoring compliance with regulations;
    • criticize data;
    • recruit staff;
    • representing interests in national and international negotiations;
    • select funding sources;
    • develop indicators;
    • checking barriers to competition;
    • manage customer portfolio (portfolio);
    • manage risks;
    • analyze conjunctures;
    • estimate private costs;
    • develop collection instruments;
    • analyze long-term trends;
    • criticize data;
    • monitor budget execution;
    • subsidizing the formulation of rules, regulations and contracts;
    • give lectures;
    • show creativity;
    • keep up to date;
    • creating financial products;
    • propose actions;
    • interpret results;
    • define schedule;
    • detect new markets;
    • measure consequences of actions;
    • budget projects;
    • demonstrate logical reasoning;
    • interpret results;
    • assist in the formulation of trade policies;
    • pricing products and services;
    • define products and results;
    • coordinate projects;
    • display communications at events;
    • calculate company market value;
    • assist in marketing policies;
    • scaling human and physical resources;
    • establish arbitration award;
    • adapt language to the audience;
    • teach courses;
    • ask for comparative advantages;
    • define methodology;
    • perform credit analysis;
    • determine sources;
    • generate evaluation parameters;
    • establish an arbitration award;
    • demonstrate leadership ability;
    • monitor market indicators;
    • build scenarios;
    • formulate abstract concepts;
    • indicate merger, acquisition, partnership, etc;
    • process data;
    • mediate conflicts of interest;
    • delineate problem;
    • train staff;
    • estimate profitability and economic-financial viability;
    • confront alternative costs;
    • recommend policies;
    • mediate conflicts of interest;
    • identify market structure (competition);
    • assess adequacy of actions to the problem;
    • identify opportunities and threats in the environment and in the organization;
    • dialogue with the media;
    • value equity;
    • demonstrate verbal ability in foreign languages;
    • plan investments (capital budgets);
    • transmit knowledge;
    • indicate merger, acquisition, partnership etc;
    • collect data;
    • confronting alternative costs;

    Sectors that hire Agricultural product analyst (economist) the most in the job market

    • agricultural support activities
    • soybean growing
    • manufacture of raw sugar
    • combined office and administrative support services
    • manufacture of animal feed
    • sugar cane cultivation
    • breeding cattle for beef
    • holdings of non-financial institutions
    • refrigerator - pig slaughter
    • slaughter of birds

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