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    Hi there,

    I am 22 years old and graduated last year with a degree in Business Economics BSc (Hons). Jobs associated with my degree are incredibly tough to get into at the moment with regards to the current economic climate.

    I have been looking into the prospect of getting into building surveying as it seems like something I would be very interested in and would enjoy doing.

    What is the best way to get into the field? Could I use my current degree and just do a conversion course or would I have to start a brand new course from scratch?

    Any information much appreciated.

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