A Surveyor’s Job at a Glance

A Surveyor’s Job at a Glance

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A Surveyor's Job at a Glance
Surveyors can have a variety of jobs, including the measurement of land and the accurate placement of boundaries around that land. Land surveyors must also be able to draw and interpret surveys. There are surveyors who help construction projects to stay on budget, as well as those which inspect completed projects to ensure that the structure is up to code. There are also marine surveyors who inspect vessels to be sure that they are sea worthy, as well as check for any parts of the boat which may cause safety issues during use. Regardless of employment, surveyors must be detail oriented, as well as able to decipher specific measurements and complicated drawings, such as those used on construction sites.
 
 

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