Great experience seeing the different ethnic backgrounds of people that live in the year communities and surrounding areas as well I do to get every 10 years
Hello Jobcasers! Ok, let's talk about what we all want- the face to face interview!
I will walk you through how I have 'prepped' candidates for 20 years fo a f2f interview. Please forgive any misspelling etc.. I'm a Recruiter, not a writer. Second, join my group! Ask a Senior Recruiter anything! No question is dumb and I answer all questions. I'm not seeking a job- I am seeking to give back and help! Try me.
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LOL not taking dogs bones for the animals that you don't see until they come out
It was never stressful because it's like I always got in the quota amount they wanted and work out a schedule which was absolutely incredible great experience
I never had that problem working for the Census Bureau my work was complete but I turned it in and went to New areas as asked and assigned
Meeting new people gathering information and helping out the Census Bureau
I enjoyed during census as a numerator in 2010 being able to see the different ethnic backgrounds that live in our community and gather information for the Census Bureau
I just finished my first day at the Census Bureau, 2020census.gov/jobs It is the easiest job I have ever had. Anyone interested should apply because they are hiring all the way through 2020. They train you to do everything so as long as you can apply and get hired they will train you. People if you are concerned about ageism than you definitely need to apply. It is temporary, however, it could be a stepping stone to other departments in the…
I absolutely love it it is for a receptionist Clerk and it pays weekly. They are still hiring so if anyone is interested the website is 2020census.gov/jobs to fill out an application. It is informative and very laid back. It is temporary until August of 2020. I hope to gain valuable job skills from this opportunity.
All whose seeking employment, the Census is hiring and the pay is goo. However, it's a temporary job with options to find full-time once you are working with Census. Check them out at least you have nothing to lose, but money coming in weekly.
Has anyone else experienced the red tape involved with getting approved for a job at the Census Bureau? I applied December 6th of 2018 and I am still waiting on my background check to be approved. I do not smoke, do not drink and have no criminal past that I know of. I think they could make the process a little more streamlined to get people in there faster. Has anyone else experienced working for Federal Government and what were your experiences…