2020 Census field offices are open and operating with reduced staff. If you are trying to contact us via telephone, we will do our best to take your call.
The Census Bureau continues to evaluate all 2020 Census field operations, and will communicate any further updates as soon as possible.
The U.S. Census Bureau continues to accept applications for temporary part-time positions with the 2020 Census. Although many job offers have been made, there is still an opportunity for jobs to be offered.
You are still selected for the position. However, all fingerprinting operations are suspended effective March 18, 2020. If you had an appointment, it has been cancelled. This is a temporary suspension and we ask that you bear with us as we work to keep you and the general public safe and healthy. Please check the fingerprint website for further updates.
In addition, we are working diligently to provide additional information on how and when you will be trained. In some cases, training will be delayed in order to maintain public safety. Training will include social distancing measures. Please be patient as the training details are finalized. We will provide more information as it becomes available. For more information on the hiring and training processes, please see the FAQs and After You Apply.
Last Revised: March 30, 2020
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Could you use extra income? Jobs for the 2020 Census offer competitive wages that are paid weekly. Authorized expenses, such as mileage, are reimbursed for employees doing field work.
Census results are used to determine your representation in Congress, and they help inform how billions of dollars are distributed for hospitals, schools, roads, and more. Help ensure that everyone in your community is counted in the 2020 Census.
Temporary positions for the 2020 Census feature flexible hours—a perfect fit if you are looking to earn extra money, even if you already have other commitments.
Every 10 years since 1790, the United States has undertaken the momentous task of counting its population. This is your chance to play a role.