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Surveying Jobs CAN Be Found! Here Is The Proof!

Proof the you CAN find a Job in Land Surveying

Today I am going to prove to you that it is possible to find a land surveying job. I have heard too many out-of-work surveyors say that they cannot find employment in their state, despite the fact that they have years of experience, a license and have searched "everywhere."

Today I will show you something that I made to prove this very statement wrong. Hopefully, there will be many out of work land surveyors out there who will use this resource and find employment in their area. What I am showing you is a jobs board that I created, which called a Mash Up.


This is a truly revolutionary way to find a surveying related job in any state of the United States on any given day. Available Land Surveying jobs that stream through Dice, Flipdog, Monster, Indeed, Jobster, Yahoo, and several more have all been conveniently combined into one jobs feed for each and every state in the United States. Also, I have included the feed from Land Surveyors United Job Board.


You can visit the board for your state on any day and see the combined feed which has automatically been updated with the latest available surveying related positions. I hope you find this to be helpful and you can contact me, Justin Farrow, through Land Surveyors United network with any questions you might have. Good Luck Surveyors! I know you can find a job and look forward to a reply from you. Let me know when you are employed!  I'm praying for you!


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  • I find this very helpful. It will be especially tough on surveying students like me in this economy who don't have the experience or licensing when we graduate. I find models like this one to be very helpful to find jobs.
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