Land surveyors are much more than people in high-vis jackets standing with a total station. They precisely measure land, building a map of an area, ensuring every detail is accurate.
Being a land surveyor requires a range of expertise from mathematics to technology. Working in an array of locations and environments means that every day is different in this profession. One day they may be stomping through a muddy field, the following day surveying underground tunnels or spending time at a substation.