Here to be a Licensed Surveyor you have to reach 30+to gain experience,To be in practice no age limit but it may reach 70.So you have 40 years to build everything required for the life?

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  • Since our license concerns primarily the original positions of previously set boundaries, then one might say the closer ones age is to the actual monumentation, then perhaps the more reliable they are.

  • I think quitting at age 65 years is cool. Due to the physical demanding nature of surveying
  • Surveying is a physically demanding profession if you want to be a hands on surveyor. Even when you take a backseat and only deal at a senior or managerial role, you have to visit sites. I think 70 years is a good stretch, I mean 70 years of age and not of practice :-D.

  • Former NSPS President John Matonich always opened a meeting with "It's a great day to be a SURVEYOR!"

    I agree, and with that in mind, the best age to be a practicing surveyor is now, the ever present present.

    JAC

  • Party Chief

    Very interesting question.  Let's see what everyone else thinks..

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