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How much does quantity surveyor earn per month?

How much does quantity surveyor earn per month?

The average salary for a Quantity Surveyor in SA is R 527 330 gross per year (R 43 940 gross per month), which is 87% higher than the South Africa’s national average salary. Salary Range: a Quantity Surveyor (QS) can expect an average starting basic salary of R 68 560 (excluding fringe benefits and bonuses).

How much do quantity surveyors charge?

Quantity surveyors are often employed on a percentage of the total contract cost. This can be around 0.5 to 2% but it will vary very significantly depending on the experience of the quantity surveyors, the type and complexity of project, the size of the project and the scope of services required.

Is it hard to get a quantity surveyor job?

Becoming a quantity surveyor takes hard work – but it’s worth it, explains recent graduate Andrew Frost, who’s eight months into his first job at Turner & Townsend. If you’re thinking about beginning a career in the construction industry, read on and find out how to become a quantity surveyor.

Is quantity surveying well paid UK?

Newly trained chartered surveyors can earn around £25,000 to £35,000. With experience you can earn around £35,000 to £55,000. Salaries at management level range from around £50,000 to in excess of £80,000.

Is quantity surveyor in demand?

Quantity Surveying shortages are currently at their most acute in almost a decade. So, if it’s a candidate’s market, what do you need to do to take advantage of the skills gap, and fast track your career? Being in demand feels great. Construction projects are bouncing back from the recession of a decade ago.

What qualifications do quantity surveyors need?

To work as a quantity surveyor, you will usually need a degree in quantity surveying or commercial management accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). If your undergraduate degree is in a different subject, you can take a RICS-accredited postgraduate conversion course.