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Employment Opportunities and Future Skills Requirements for Surveying Professions 2018 – 2021

Expanding significantly on an SCSI report from 2014, this report projects employment levels within the sector over the next four years in contrast to the numbers currently enrolled on third-level surveying programmes. In addition, the report identifies key sectors for employment growth and the requisite skills requirements for the period. The report, undertaken by an independent researcher, is based on the participation of over 400 SCSI member construction, property and land practices. 

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Types of Surveyors

Surveying is not a single career, but a collective name for a group of careers within the property, construction and land sectors. Surveying careers are surprisingly varied and include quantity surveying, estate agency, valuation and investment, project management, property and facilities management, mapping, planning and development and mining.

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A Career in Construction Surveying

All construction projects — including housing estates, office developments, airport terminals and national sports stadiums — take a lot of money and expertise to complete and maintain. Surveyors specialise in one of the following areas of construction: Quantity Surveying, Building Surveying and Project Management and Facilities Management.

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A Career in Land Surveying

Land Surveyors — also known as Geomatic Surveyors — are the professionals responsible for collecting, processing, managing and analysing geographic information. By creating “intelligent maps”, the surveyor adds information which could, for example, allow you find where you can get the best pizza in town!

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A Career in Chartered Surveying

Surveying is not a single career, but a collective name for a group of careers within property, construction and land.

Surveying careers are surprisingly varied and include quantity surveying, estate agency, valuation and investment, project management, property and facilities management, land surveying and mapping, planning and development and mining.