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What Does a Surveyor Do

A surveyor, interviewer or interrogator ensures that survey questionnaires are completed and administered. This can be done by telephone, email, in person or in another way. The questionnaires can be standardized, but they can also contain so-called open questions.

What Does a Surveyor Do

As a surveyor you must ensure that the interviewee understands the questions and sometimes helps in filling in a form. Can sort, classify and archive forms.

Features of surveyors

Below are the personality traits that suit the profession of interviewer. Do you've the same personality? Then the interviewer may be something for you. Not sure which personality traits you've? Then find and take a career choice test.

Conventional

  • work where it's important that you're organized and tidy
  • work where others can trust that you'll work as agreed
  • work in which you avoid risks

Entrepreneurial

  • initiating and starting work
  • directing and leading people
  • take and bear responsibility
  • in business: work where you run financial risks

Social

  • helping and caring for people
  • work with people
  • teaching people and teaching them something
  • service-oriented and service-oriented work

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