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The bureau is using workers people know or can identify with for house calls.
The Census Bureau is offering higher wages and pulling workers in from neighboring states.
Hiring was easy before the last census, thanks to the Great Recession. This time? Not so much.
The 2020 census will be the first to seek information online on a wide scale.
African American participation in the upcoming census is a topic of concern for some legislators.
What happens when the numbers aren't accurate?
Strong economy and a lower cost of living are contributing to the increase in the Lone Star State.
Government shutdown 2019
The Census Bureau was supposed to release figures on last November’s factory orders today. But thanks to the partial shutdown of the federal government, the Census Bureau is closed. Marketplace’s Mitchell Hartman looks into what data business decision-makers and investors…
The U.S. Census Bureau says it needs to hire hundreds of thousands of workers to complete the 2020 census. But since the economy is in such good shape, with unemployment down to 3.7 percent in September, that hiring task may…
We’ve got new numbers today from the U.S. Census Bureau on poverty in America. The official poverty rate went down by 0.8 percent. That means last year, about 40.6 million Americans were living in poverty (12.7 percent). Median household incomes…