Surveyors allow accurate measurements to determine land boundaries. They provide data relevant to the form and contour of the Earth's surface for engineering, mapping and construction projects. Surveyors shall mark and chart the location of the legitimate property lines. Surveyors often use Geographic Information Systems (GIS)—a technology that allows surveyors to visually display spatial information as maps, records, and charts. They then use the findings to advise governments and companies about where to plan their houses, highways and landfills.
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Suitable for people who love to work outdoors
Opportunities to conduct research
Suitable for people who like practical and hands-on work
Well paid career
Normal working hours
Work-related skill, knowledge and experience are required.
Not suitable for people who like to teach or help others.
GOT WHAT IT TAKES?
You like searching for facts and solve problems mentally
You are a someone who comes up with new ideas and works practically
You have a realistic approach
You like to work outdoors