Raspberry crop worker - Salary and Career
Agricultural Workers in Fruit Growing

Raspberry crop worker - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They carry out cultural treatments in fruit growing, prepare the soil and plant fruit species, produce seedlings and seeds. They harvest, process and condition fruits and berries. They help in the irrigation of crops.

How much does an Raspberry crop worker earn

A Raspberry crop worker earns between $1.097 and $1.638 per month, with an average monthly salary of $1.160 and a median salary of $1.147 according to an Averwage.com 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 25.589 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Raspberry crop worker

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 1.160 13.922 290 5
1º Quartile 1.097 13.162 274 5
Median Salary 1.147 13.768 287 5
3º Quartile 1.249 14.993 312 6
Higher Salary 1.638 19.659 410 8

Professional job categories

  • Agricultural, forestry and fisheries workers
    • workers on the farm
      • agricultural workers
        • agricultural workers in fruit growing

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Main workplaces

Agricultural Workers in Fruit Growing they are workers with a formal contract, employed in agriculture or percentage workers. The work is carried out as a team, with supervision. The workplace is outdoors during the day. In their activities, professionals remain in uncomfortable positions for long periods and may be exposed to toxic material and climatic variations.

What does it take to work in the field of Agricultural Workers in Fruit Growing

These occupations are carried out by workers with elementary school education. The qualification is continuous, carried out in practice, with the help of government agencies for technical assistance and rural extension. The full exercise of activities occurs in less than one year of experience.

Functions and activities of Raspberry crop worker

Agricultural Workers in Fruit Growing must:

  • picking fruits;
  • produce seedlings and seeds;
  • harvesting fruits and fruits;
  • pick fruits and fruits;
  • performing cultivation in fruit growing;
  • assist in irrigation of fruit species plantations;
  • benefit fruits and fruits;
  • packing fruits and fruits;
  • plant fruit species;
  • benefiting fruits and fruits;
  • preserve fruits and fruits;
  • performing crop treatments in fruit growing;
  • perform crop treatments in fruticulture;
  • performing crop treatments in fruticulture;
  • package fruits and fruits;
  • picking fruits and fruits;
  • prepare soil for planting;
  • harvest fruits and fruits;
  • assistant in irrigation of fruit plantations;
  • plant fruitful species;
  • aid in irrigation of fruit plantations;
  • planting fruit species;
  • colher fruits and fruits;
  • perform crop treatments in fruit growing;
  • package of fruits and fruits;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • aid in irrigation of fruit species plantations;
  • assist in irrigation of fruit plantations;

  • Activities

    • spray foliar fertilizers, chemical, organic and pesticide pesticides;
    • grade soil;
    • qatar cupua�u, caj� and umbu;
    • remove spoiled fruits and fruits;
    • store fruits in cold chambers;
    • beacon soil;
    • transplant fruit seedlings and nursery fruits to soil;
    • cutting bunches of grapes;
    • weigh production;
    • cutting soursop, pear fruit, pinecone and atemoya;
    • shrinking fruits;
    • pruning fruit species;
    • control water output from logs;
    • unclog sprinklers;
    • clean drip pump filter;
    • build nurseries;
    • transplanting fruit seedlings and nursery fruits to soil;
    • cutting banana;
    • push carriola with fruits and fruits;
    • displace sprinklers in plantations;
    • clearing plantations;
    • demonstrate physical stamina;
    • work as a team;
    • bringing fruit species;
    • sort fruits and fruits;
    • pulling fruits and fruits;
    • remove diseased plants;
    • making sombreros for fruit species;
    • bath fruits and fruits in preservatives;
    • irrigating plantations with mango trees;
    • store fruits and fruits in boxes and bags;
    • work as a team;
    • water seedlings and seeds;
    • measure temperature and humidity of premises;
    • threshing fruits;
    • pull weeds;
    • change rubber in pipes;
    • picking apples, pears, citrus fruits, guava and passion fruit;
    • dispose seedlings in plastic packaging;
    • apply lime to soil;
    • weeding plantations;
    • pushing a cart with fruits and fruits;
    • form crowns around the plant;
    • plow soil;
    • changing rubber of pipes;
    • fertilize soil;
    • covering strawberry beds with plastic (polyethylene);
    • transport seedlings from nursery to field;
    • graft fruit species;
    • peeling pineapple;
    • harvest strawberry, blackberry, acerola, cherry and raspberry;
    • form windrows with dead vegetation;
    • wax citrus fruits;
    • check fruit picking point;
    • clean facilities and equipment;
    • picking peach, nectarine, kiwi, plum and persimmon;
    • transplanting fruit seedlings and fruits from nursery to soil;
    • dry papaya, lemon, watermelon, melon and passion fruit seeds;
    • demonstrate agility in sorting fruits;
    • spread mulch in crops;
    • check fruit harvest point;
    • wash fruits and fruits;
    • deposit apple and peach tree seedlings in cold chambers;
    • select seeds and seedlings;
    • plant pine seedlings, eucalyptus and sanction (windbreak);
    • wash seeds of fruit species;
    • use personal protective equipment (ppe);
    • dispose of seedlings in plastic packaging;
    • collect strawberry, blackberry, acerola, cherry and raspberry;
    • cutting melons and watermelon;
    • leading branches of fruit species;
    • picking mangoes, cashews and avocados;
    • demonstrate manual skill in fruit picking;
    • demonstrate agility in sorting fruit;
    • bath fruits and fruits in preservatives;
    • storage fruits in facilities;
    • demarcate strawberry beds in the field;
    • collect soil samples;
    • deposit seeds in a germinator;
    • drill holes;
    • level soil;
    • build beds;
    • identify genetic mutations;
    • bagging fruits and fruits with preservatives;
    • perform triple washing of pesticide packaging;
    • stalling papaya;
    • store crop protection packages in safe places;
    • change drip nozzles;
    • notice changes in plant development;
    • load a truck with fruits and fruits;
    • clear planting area;
    • form swaths with dead vegetation;
    • spread mulch in plantations;
    • form ridges with dead vegetation;
    • bathing fruits and fruits in preservatives;
    • inspect crops;
    • store fruits in facilities;

    Sectors that hire Raspberry crop worker the most in the job market

    • grape growing
    • mango growing
    • wine making
    • permanent crop fruit growing
    • cultivation of other temporary crop plants
    • wholesale of fruits, vegetables, roots, tubers, vegetables and fresh vegetables
    • temporary labor lease
    • passion fruit growing
    • banana growing
    • growing orange

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