Working across time zones can feel like a juggling act. It’s not easy to collaborate and keep team spirit high across different time zones but despite these challenges, most organisations in surveying will find the benefits of working across time zones outweigh the limitations.
Being a surveyor is a fascinating and rewarding career. There are a variety of areas to work within the industry including the built environment, property, land and construction. Read on to find the key information about breaking into the surveying industry.
With soaring energy, food, transport, and housing costs, many people are struggling or foresee challenges ahead. Below we have shared a range of our top tips that can help surveyors to help themselves during this challenging time.
Surveying is not a one-size-fits-all career. There are lots of specialisms and areas of expertise that surveyors can work in. These range from examining pieces of art and antiques to rethinking urban landscapes.
Recruiters don’t just want to know about your skills and experience, they want to get a sense of your personality and how you will fit into the business. We’ve put together some advice to make sure you’re ready for each interview stage.