Enjoyed client interaction through personal interviews while meeting important deadlines
Field Representative (Former Employee) – Loudoun County, VA – June 28, 2017
Hours flexible around my bus driving duties. Enjoyed experience working with and communicating with citizens fulfilling census duties. Worked within a radius in Loudoun County, VA that enabled me to meet my schedules required by the Census Bureau
Qualifing for the position required passing an aptitude test. Field work entailed going door to door meeting with residents of the specific neighborhoods you were assigned. Data or information was collected then rendered to the crew leader for processing. Overall good experience with the exception of the occasional bristling against the intrusion by the government which I sensed was related to the current administration at that time.
CLERK / CREW LEADER / ENUMERATOR (Former Employee) – Elgin, IL – July 16, 2018
With the Census Bureau, it really depends on who you have as a Supervisor. If you have a good Supervisor, the job is great.
Pros: Paid thorough training, good manuals, decent pay. The Bureau has been around for centuries and is highly organized as a result.
Cons: If an Enumerator, lots of walking and pressure to compete and get the most interviews. Even as a Crew Leader you have to drive constantly to different training sites. High risk of bad management.
Good training, decent pay, in-depth manuals, organized.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Apopka, FL – July 13, 2018
I thoroughly enjoyed my time working for the U.S. Census Bureau. I learned so much. I was afforded the opportunity to work with a diverse group of people many of whom I am still contact with today. i had a wonderful experience.
surveyor (Former Employee) – Adel, GA – July 11, 2018
This was a great job. the schedule was flexible and the people I got a chance to meet and interact with were wonderful. although it was only a temporary position the people will forever remain in my heart
Very Productive fun place to work meet new peoplefrom all over.
Office Clerk (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – July 10, 2018
The US Census Bureau comes every ten years. They count how many are there in the United States. I was working as an Office Clerk and Customer Service Representative. What we did was put all their information into the system so they can be counted for.
Field Representative (Former Employee) – Lakewood, CO – July 9, 2018
US Census was a seasonal job. It was very pleasant because they gave you allt he training and tools to go out and do your job. You called and scheduled your clients appointments. Which work well for me as I made my own schedule. They would have weekily meetings to see if everyone was on track or anyone needed help.
Recruiting Assistant/ Enumerator (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – July 9, 2018
This was one of the best job I could have worked at. I really enjoyed the People who worked for this company and supervised. They made my job very productive eager to learn and advance into different areas. I wished I could of still been employed with the U.S. Census Bureau.
Survey Statistician (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – July 8, 2018
Work is great. Everyone is pleasant and willing to lend a helping hand. My division is special because we get to delve into a lot of things concerning the upcoming 2020 Decennial Census. We are committed to delivering trustworthy statistical data for the American people.
Census Enumerator (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – July 7, 2018
going door to door in designated areas to address and calculate census for the government. How the government uses the census to better all Americans in the US. Management did not micro manage. Working with peers, a lot of walking and working with individuals who enjoy working with people.