Farmers (comparison to Austria)
Agriculture is a part of the primary economic sector (which also includes forestry, hunting, fishing and the extraction of mineral resources). Agriculture is a traditionally important branch of every economy, which in industrialized countries is generally very heavy on machinery. Accordingly, the number of farmers compared to the total number of employed persons is generally declining. This is particularly associated with technical progress in the field of agricultural machinery, which is why modern agriculture can hardly be compared with traditional agriculture. The number of farmers in a region gives an indication of the importance of agriculture in a region. Thus, the vast majority of farmers are naturally located in rural areas, although increased proportions can also be observed around conurbations. The Similio Farmer Comparison enables users to compare the regional share of farmers with the Austrian average, which reveals sometimes considerable differences in the importance of the local economic sector.
Similio offers numerous Farmers(Austria) comparisons with interactive maps. There is a separate map for each Austrian municipality. Further maps for Farmers(Austria) are available at the level of political districts, landscapes, regions and at the level of federal provinces.
Farmers (Austria) in Glinzendorf
The ratio of farmers in Glinzendorf compared to the federal average is 603,16%. The corresponding values of the neighboring municipalities can be found in the table neighboring municipalities.
Farmers(Austria) in Neighboring municipalities
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