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2020 U.S. Census
As mandated by the U.S. Constitution, our nation gets just one chance each decade to count its population. The U.S. census counts every resident in the United States. It is mandated by Article I, Section 2 of the Constitution and takes place every 10 years. The data collected by the census determine the number of seats each state has in the U.S. House of Representatives (a process called apportionment) and is also used to distribute billions in federal funds to local communities.
Beginning in mid-March, 2020, you will receive a notice in the mail to complete the 2020 Census. In 2020, for the first time ever, the U.S. Census Bureau will accept responses online, but you can still respond by phone or mail if you prefer. Responding should take less time than it takes to finish your morning coffee. In May, the U.S. Census Bureau will begin following up in person with households that haven’t responded to the census.
The decennial census will collect basic information about the people living in your household. When completing the census, you should count everyone who is living in your household on April 1, 2020. The Census Bureau will never ask for Social Security numbers, bank or credit card account numbers, money or donations, or anything on behalf of a political party. For additional information, click here.
Census 2020 Employment Opportunities
The U.S. Census Bureau is seeking employees to help with the 2020 Census. The positions include Census takers as well as Administrative Managers, Area Census Office Managers, Census Field Managers, IT Managers, and Recruiting Managers. The 2020 Census jobs provide great pay, flexible hours, weekly pay, and paid training. You can apply online at www.2020census.gov/jobs.