The US Census Bureau is in its last month of recruiting for 3000+ Census Taker positions based in Hawaii for the 2010 Census. Jobs are temporary, part-time. Census takers earn $17/hour, receive paid training, work in their communities, and can work flexible schedules of up to 40 hours/week.
This is a great opportunity for the people of Hawaii to make some extra money and also to serve the greater community. As you may know, Hawaii was under-counted by roughly 40% during the last Census. It is important that we do all that we can to get an accurate count so that Hawaii receives the appropriate amount of federal funding which support infrastructure (i.e. schools, roads) and allotments for things such as the H1N1 flu vaccinations.
If you could, please help spread the word about the opportunity to work as a Census Taker for your community. If anyone is interested in learning more about 2010 Census job opportunities, they can call toll-free 1-866-861-2010 or (808)535-0920 to take the first step and sign up for an application and test session today. We have tests each day throughout the month around the island. People can also learn more and download a practice test online at www.2010CensusJobs.gov.
Thank you for your time and kokua.
US Census 2010 Team