U.S. Census Bureau

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Librarians had to be on the alert, to make sure they kept the library relevant and high functioning.

Answered - Librarian - Cataloger (Former Employee) - Suitland-Silver Hill, MD

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Management tended to want to reduce the library, ergo librarians had to be on their toes to make sure they kept the library relevant and high functioning

Answered - Librarian - Cataloger (Former Employee) - Suitland-Silver Hill, MD

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You basically work on your own with weekly meetings. you get your assignments through your enumerator from your team leader

Answered - Enumerator (Former Employee) - Harrison, NY

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Very open, communication with supervisors was accessible. They provided me with what I needed to get the job done.

Answered - Field Office Supervisor (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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I enjoyed meeting and working with many different people from many different backgrounds, both as peers and as citizens who were surveyed.

Answered - Crew Leader/Supervisor (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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The workplace culture was a melting pot, which I liked.

Answered - Field Representative (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Very supportive and highly diverse.

Answered - Enumerator (Former Employee) - Jamaica, NY

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It is temporary and fast paced once you begin working.

Answered - Crew Leader (Former Employee) - Anchorage, AK

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Mostly outside door to door work.

Answered - Enumerator (Former Employee) - Euclid, OH

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The work environment was very flexible within the division of the U.S. Census Bureau in which I was employed. Enumerators met Management in pre-determined field locations weekly to turn in completed Census Documents. Each Enumerator was allowed to work as a independent unit, so long as their workload was documented and above quotas.

Answered - Enumerator (Former Employee) - Riverside, CA

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