Was your last career step money-motivated? Now that Surveyor salaries have stabilised; it could be time to review your position?
With salary levels having spiked over the last 18 months, many Surveyors moved companies to increase their earnings and, given the rise in the cost of living, who can blame them!
However, now that salaries have levelled out across the market, I am speaking to many Surveyors who are ready for a more strategic career move, one that meets all their needs.
Delaying your APC could hold back your career and earnings.
Here is why: I regularly receive enquiries from consultancies looking for “experienced Grads” to join their team, with the main requirements being as follows: –
Surveyors: Is a lack of transparency on billing leaving you out of pocket and holding back your career?
If your bosses are not open with you about your billing figures it could be time to start asking why.
Surveyors – Here’s why you should never send your CV to a recruiter unless you know who you’re dealing with.
Here is why: Earlier this year I was working with a talented and motivated Surveyor. He had great qualifications and solid experience for his level, and he was really keen to work for a specific consultancy.
Chartered Building Surveyors: Here’s how to follow your passion, whilst securing progression and higher earnings.
Over the last few years, I’ve seen a change in preferences from some Building Surveyors, and the more forward-thinking consultancies have been quick to adapt to these changes.
Surveyors: Don’t let your recruiter choose you. It’s a good idea to be picky.
Here is why: Last month I received a call from a Senior Building Surveyor with great experience and a solid background. I was excited to speak to him and we began chatting through the basics.
Building Surveyors: Do you get enough support with your career?
If you don’t, you probably feel directionless and demoralised…
Building Surveyors – Can you ease the pain of the cost of living crisis?
Everyone is being affected by the cost-of-living crisis, but the right move now could reduce that risk for you this winter.