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Yes, this job title will require a degree; however this was not exactly my job title. Enforcement of agriculture laws will require knowledge of biology and basic agricultural practices. This agency has made exceptions to a degree requirement in the past.

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I was referred by the Texas Workforce Commission as it was known at the time.

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They will continue into the future because they are federally funded to help feed hungry children - who would ever de-fund that? But, that doesn't mean they work with integrity - but that's government work for you.

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Get the work done and it's good. Must be smart in time-management.

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Am I a team player. Asked about my accuracy. How I would take calls and respond to different situations.Can I handle fast pace work. How do I work under pressure. How do I meet deadlines.

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On average I would work ten hours or more. Always had a part time job so I would work an additional 4 to 6 hours and on the weekend.

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