THOSE ENTERING THE FIELD OF SURVEYING DON’T ASK IF THEY CAN FIND A JOB
Instead, they decide where would they like to work. That’s because the demand for surveyors is high and continues to grow. High demand means job security and great benefits.
Surveyors also collaborate with many other professionals including engineers, architects, attorneys, realtors, developers, contractors, and advise land owners.
How to become a Surveyor
Can you visualize objects, distances, sizes and abstract forms? Do you enjoy working with computers and learning new technology? Are you good at math, especially algebra, geometry and trigonometry? Do you like solving mysteries and puzzles? If you answered yes to these questions, you should consider a career in surveying.
You’ll need to: