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Land Surveyor Jobs are On the Rise

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Land surveyor jobs contribute to several different industries including construction, engineering and real estate. Becoming a land surveyor is a great career option for military veterans because it pays well and is expected to be in demand in the future.

Here’s what you need to know about land surveyor jobs.

 

What Land Surveyors Do

Surveyors collect data, make measurements and determine property boundaries. They examine the shape and contour of the earth’s surface to provide information on mapmaking, engineering and construction projects.

Land surveyors may sometimes need to review land survey records and land titles. Traveling is frequently required in land surveying. They prepare plots and maps and present their findings to clients and contracting agencies.

Land surveyors will research and mark legal boundaries of land. Most often this occurs when a house is bought or sold and the property size needs to be documented.

In order to become a land surveyor you will need to be technologically advanced, as they use GPS systems to present maps and visual representations of land. Surveyors also work with many different kinds of engineers consulting on projects.

 

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Work Environment of Land Surveyor Jobs

Being a land surveyor requires both office work and field work. When working outdoors you will be required to work in all different types of weather conditions. You may also be required to walk long distances, stand for long periods of time and climb hills. Some surveyors even work underground in mines.

 

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How to Become a Land Surveyor

To become a land surveyor you will need a bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and also a certification in the state you wish to work. Land surveyors must be familiar with technology and advanced math and geography. Some colleges and technical schools offer programs and courses in land surveying.

Most states require you to undergo four years of training under a licensed land surveyor in order to become licensed.

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Outlook for Land Surveyor Jobs

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the average salary for a land surveyor was $61,140 as of May 2017. Land surveyors are expected to see their job market grow 11% by 2026, which is much faster than the average occupation is expected to grow over the same period of time.

Surveyors who are versed is several different areas of surveying will have the most opportunities in the future. The surveying job market is closely ties to the construction industry, so as the construction industry continues to grow so will the need for surveyors.

 

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