Its been almost ten years and the U.S. Census Bureau is preparing for the 2010 Census, by hiring local residents to help collect data.
A census is conducted every ten years in order to represent the populations concerns in government.
Results help determine how the public would prefer federal funding be spent in the community on things like roads, parks, housing, schools, and public safety.
Thousands of census personnel are needed to update address lists and conduct interviews with community residents.
Most positions require a valid driver's license and use of a vehicle.
All census takers must be able to speak English, but bilingual skills are a plus.
Besides good pay, you'll have flexible hours, paid training, and the chance to work within your own community.
For additional contact information on how you can earn a place in history, call (866) 861-2010 or visit the link below.
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