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Quantity Surveying: Good/Bad Profession?

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Hey guys. I finished sixth form with A in Bio, B in Chemistry and C in Maths. The maths C was due to lazyness and a U in the last module, but it's really hampered my chances.

I'm a little after the application deadline, but I'm considering a late application to university for a quantity surveying course. Do any of you do this for a living/know anyone who does? My main fear is that it's purely boring number crunching. It's not ideal, but comparing the salaries of normal jobs at morrisons for example with this, it seems like it could provide me with a chance of a future.

Any information about QSing as a profession or a job would be highly appreciated, thank you.
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