2020 US CENSUS
Ensuring an accurate count of Michigander’s is important because roughly $30 billion in federal funding for public safety, schools, housing, healthcare, and more, as well as one congressional seat, are at stake for Michigan.
In preparation for the 2020 Census, the State of Michigan has launched a new website to provide information and resources to Michiganders. The website is available throughout the census-taking season so residents can have their questions answered, keep up-to-date on the latest census news, and gain a better understanding of the importance of the census. To find out more information about the census or to get involved, please go to https://www.michigan.gov/census2020.
The website is one piece of a larger effort to ensure that every Michigander is counted. In particular, the “Count Me In” campaign seeks to let Michigan residents know that responding to the census this year is convenient, confidential, and CRITICAL to the future of our state.
Residents can fill out the census in multiple languages online, by phone, or on a paper form. All answers are completley confidential. By law, the data can be collected for statistical purposes only and cannot be used against a person. The Census Bureau cannot share or publish any household-specific census data, even to other government agencies.
Census takers are needed to have a sussessful 2020 Census. There are also other important jobs avaialable. Census takers in the Oakland County area make $22.00-$24.50 an hour. The jobs are part-time and flexible. Students, seniors, and anyone looking for flexible employment is welcome to apply.
To apply for a census job, please visit, https://2020census.gov/en/jobs/job-details.html.
2020 Census Jobs
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