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Surveyors carry out surveys on properties. Their main aim is to establish property boundaries and provide data that is used in projects related to map-making, engineering, and construction. As part of their job, surveyors measures distances between points on, below and above the Earth's surface, using highly sophisticated technology. They also research land and survey records to determine land titles and official boundaries for leases, deeds, and other legal documents.
Anyone wishing to pursue a career as a surveyor must have a bachelor's degree in a field related to civil engineering, geology or forestry. Many states require surveyors to work under a licensed surveyor before being allowed to work independently in this role. Surveyors must have strong organizational, time-management, problem-solving and precision skills.
At the interview, your interviewer will question you extensively to determine if you know what this role involves. They will want to know if you have the technical knowledge and the precision skills to carry out accurate surveys. Convincing the interviewer of your ability to do the job well is the key to a successful interview. At Mock Questions, you will find a long list of commonly asked questions and suggestions for how to answer them. Going through these questions and answers is a good way to prepare for your upcoming interview.