Students who want to work in a technical field that offers the opportunity to work outdoors should consider a career in surveying. Virtually every construction project undertaken by government agencies, developers, and private contractors requires the skills of an experienced surveyor. Opportunities also exist in environmental research, mapping, and anywhere there's a need to establish boundaries. While many of today?s surveyors spend plenty of time in the field, there are also opportunities to work in an office setting on engineering reports, mapping projects, and other surveying assignments.
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