Census 2020 Still Hiring $16.50-per-hour

Want a job that truly counts? Census 2020 Pays $16.50 / hour

Apply online today if you’re interested in a local job paying $16.50-per-hour, and with mileage reimbursement paid at 57.5 cents-per-mile.

Working for the 2020 Census is a job where you can choose fulltime, part-time - or largely set your own hours and schedule, exploring your community to deliver encouraging reminders to those households that haven’t yet completed their own census. Apply online at 2020census.gov/jobs; there’s still time before census recruiting is considered complete  before the final deadline to apply for a census job Aug. 16.

Gila County Census Recruiter Mike Godinez reports field staff are being trained, and are within a few weeks of major on-the-ground, door-knocking operation known as Non-Response Follow-Up

“We need community members, college students, and all other interested applicants to apply now!”

Apply online at 2020census.gov/jobs or call 855-JOB-2020

The Census Bureau prefers to hire local people to work in your own hometown. Need a fulltime job -- or a ‘side hustle?’ Extra cash to pay bills or college loans, make a down payment on your next car; home improvement - or save up for a dream vacation? Employment begins immediately, and local jobs are expected to last through October.

Census Workers & Covid-19

Census workers carry official ID and items prominently labeled with the 2020 census logo - and they are taking health and safety precautions, too -- expect to see census workers wearing facemasks to protect both themselves and the public during the ongoing covid-19 pandemic. According to census bureau staff in Tucson: “personal protective equipment will be worn by our employees when in the office and out in the field, and our staff will follow social distancing and hygiene guidelines -- and will be a no-contact operation - we will not ring doorbells or knock at the residences, rather, we will simply drop off the Census questionnaire packets - avoiding personal interaction with local residents.”