Tourism is an important part of the island's economy. Most of the island's entrepreneurs are in one way or another in contact with the tourism industry. Many Balinese offer services in hotels, restaurants, souvenir shops and even on the streets. Agriculture
Agriculture is also an important industry, especially in rural areas of the island. The Balinese grow rice, coffee, cocoa, coconuts, fruits and spices. They also engage in livestock farming, including raising livestock and poultry. Maritime and fishing
Those Balinese who live in fishing villages work in the maritime industry. Boat rental is also common in Bali. Crafts and art
Many Balinese are craftsmen and artists. They create traditional Balinese products such as bamboo crafts, wooden figurines, batik fabrics, jewelry and more. Trade
Balinese often own their own shops, restaurants and cafes, especially in tourist areas. They offer various goods and services to locals and tourists. Education
Teaching and education are also areas of employment for Balinese. They work in schools, universities and private educational centers. The Balinese consider it important for their language to be taught in schools. Government services
Some Balinese work for government agencies, performing various administrative and management tasks. Construction and repair
Construction and renovation are also popular areas of employment, especially given the active development of tourism infrastructure on the island.