The US Census Bureau is building its national recruitment efforts to employ up to 500,000 people participating in the temporary census in the 2020 Census in communities across the country to reach its target of over 2 million applicants.
The jobs offer competitive wages, flexible hours, paid training, and weekly wage payments. To determine the rate of pay in a specific area, learn more about these jobs, or apply for one of the temporary positions, visit 2020census.gov/jobs.
“Whether you want to earn extra money, pay your students down, or offset holiday season spending, our part-time jobs are a great way to do this,” said Steven Dillingham, Bureau Director. of the Census. “What is the best way to earn extra money and help shape the future of your communities for the next 10 years than the 2020 Census?
Anyone aged 18 and over, such as recent high school graduates, college students, ex-soldiers, retired people, military spouses, seasonal workers and people is highly recommended. to apply bilingually. People who already have jobs and wish to earn extra income evenings and weekends are advised to apply. The selection process starts this month, with paid training taking place in March and April. After paid training, most jobs work between May and early July.
In addition, the Census Bureau issued a new interactive map to help partners and jobseekers identify areas where hire is taking place. More candidates are needed from the Census Bureau in all 50 states, particularly in Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Washington, t West Virginia and Wisconsin. The Census Bureau makes every effort to rent locally so that census makers are familiar with the neighborhoods they have been assigned to work.
“As well as Puerto Rico, which has already received many applicants to fill all jobs in the Commonwealth, there are more applicants from all other areas around the country,” said Timothy Olson, associate director of Operations. Outdoor. “With low unemployment, the Census Bureau is making extraordinary efforts to attract many applicants to fill almost 500,000 jobs this spring.” T
Census receivers are vital to their communities during the 2020 Census – going door-to-door to gather responses from families who do not respond online, by phone or by post.
“Our aim is to find the interested applicants now, to inform them of up-to-date pay rates in their area, and to introduce them in the applicants pool to consider them for consideration. these critical posts, ”said Olson. “The hiring process takes place in stages, and we are now urging everyone to apply before selections begin in January and February. Most census receiver jobs begin with the training and work of this spring. ”
The Constitution mandates that a census takes place in the community every 10 years. Census statistics are used to determine the number of seats per state in the House of Representatives and will indicate how states, local and federal laws will allocate billions of dollars in federal funds to local communities each year over the last 10 years.
For more information on the 2020 Census, visit the Census Bureau website.