Land Surveyor

What does a Land Surveyor do?
A Land Surveyor surveys and investigates land surfaces to project precise measurement and location of lines, angles, points, areas, and elevations. This position performs project research, boundary calculations, and records accuracy of survey data, notes, and sketches.

How do you prepare?
To be a land surveyor, a high school diploma is required. Completing an apprenticeship, and/or formal training will improve your chances of getting hired.

What’s the pay like?
As a Land Surveyor in Iowa you can expect to earn approximately $48,076 a year, according to Iowa Workforce Development.

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