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Retired Land Surveyors

You may be a Retired Land Surveyor but surveying will always be a part of you.  Not only that, with our rapidly aging workforce, the surveying knowledge you have stored in your brain is more important than ever to those new to the field.  Please use this group forum as an opportunity to share experiences for the next generation.  There is a good chance that what you know is not taught in schools, yet is necessary for any well rounded career in land surveying.

Retired Land Surveyors Group Forum is a place for land surveyors who are no longer working in the field to share experiences from their career and discuss life AFTER surveying.

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Latest Activity: May 6, 2017

Retired Land Surveyors Group Forum

If you are new to the Retired Land Surveyors Group, please start by adding a discussion and introducing yourself to the community!

Retired Land Surveyors Group Forum is a place for land surveyors who are no longer working in the field to share experiences from their career and discuss life AFTER surveying.

We Want To Learn From You!

Possible Topics of Discussion:

  • Life After Surveying
  • If I Went Back Into the Field
  • Things New Surveyors Aren't Taught in School
  • What I hope to Leave Behind..
  • You tell Us!

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Reply by Billy Brooks on December 14, 2016 at 11:06pm

I thought i had already joined, what happen i do not know. I was shock I did not find me here.

Reply by Ramlan Kachyadinata on December 11, 2014 at 2:15am

hello everyone .... I am a new member and I hope all members can accept me ... this forum is very interesting to me ..... I hope this forum can give an idea about our future after the retired of a land surveyors ...

Reply by Ronald B Blauch on April 30, 2013 at 10:29pm

I retired a few years ago from a civil engineering position, but had been trained and worked my earlier years as a surveyor.  That job as a surveyor for the PA Bureau of Forestry was the best of my career.  Now I just collect all of those old pre-electronic age tools of surveyors and civil engineers.

 

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