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Careers in Land

It’s important to think of modern surveying as a high-tech profession. We might use mobile LiDAR to map a transportation corridor, hydrographic surveying to capture a detailed picture of an underwater environment, or photogrammetry to capture what can only be seen from an aerial perspective.

Interested in becoming a professional land surveyor?

The career earning potential of a professional land surveyor increases dramatically upon licensure. View the pathway to professional licensure below and check out our careers page for more opportunities!

How to become a

Registered Professional Land Surveyor

8yrs post-high school
8yrs post-high school
8yrs post-high School

Congrats — you are now a Registered Professional Land Surveyor!

How to become a

Professional Surveyor and Mapper

8yrs post-high school
8yrs post-high school
8yrs post-high School

Congrats — you are now a Professional Surveyor + Mapper!


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Talk to a WGI geospatial professional today for more information on career opportunities and how WGI can help you along the pathway to licensure.


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WGI supports its associates with meaningful opportunities for growth, strong benefits and perks, while we work collaboratively with clients and co-consultants to shape and improve communities.

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WGI is a dynamic organization with opportunities nationwide for engineers, land surveyors, landscape architects, environmental scientists, and architects.

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