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  • Not a Surveyor

    The best way is to join a field crew. If you've never done the work before you may need to start as a survey aide. The National Society for Professional Surveyors (NSPS) has information regarding their Certified Survey Technician program.

    Be sure to check out your states requirements, some require a 4-year degree in surveying to become a licensed surveyor. NSPS also has information on schools.

    Additionally, you could look into apprenticeship programs in your location to see if there are any options available to you.

    Good luck!

  • Survey Legend

    It really depends on the type of surveying you are looking to do.Ā Ā  Personally, I would start by reading the articles

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