What makes a good job or employer in agriculture? What do you like about working in the farm sector? What aspects could be improved?
These are some of the questions Farmers Weekly is seeking to answer with its 2015 pay and conditions survey – and answering them will put you in the running to win £1,000.
Time is running out to take part as the survey, run in association with De Lacy Executive, closes on 26 April.
Hundreds of readers have already shared their thoughts but we want to hear from more of you – whether you are at the start, middle or towards the end of your career.
Whatever role you have in the agricultural sector, we want to see what you think about your salary, benefits and employment prospects.
We want to hear from people who are employed in on-farm jobs, such as farmworkers, herdsman, stockman and tractor drivers.
We also want to learn from people working for companies that supply farmers with products or information – anything from land agents to agronomists, bankers to feed nutritionists. The agricultural supply trade is a vital part of the UK agricultural industry so it is important we gather the widest possible range of views.
The survey only takes 10 minutes to complete and the information you provide will be treated completely anonymously.
However, all respondents will have their name entered into a prize draw with a £1,000 cash prize on offer.
The survey results will be brought to you on Farmers Weekly’s website and in a special careers supplement out on 5 June.