I loved it! I was a FOS. I had planned on staying for other opportunities but my career got side-tracked by a car accident. I loved the work, the staff, the citizens I interacted with, the training I provided, driving around and more.... Most of the citizens I spoke with were helpful. And the few that weren't were just being cautious, which was understandable. Then, once the facts were courteously explained, they too were helpful. Great place to work! I didn't want to leave.
Answered - Clerk Typist (Former Employee) - Crystal City, VA
Answered - Field Representative (Former Employee) - New York, NY
I left after a total of 42 years and 6 months of which 4 years were spent at Marine Corps. I left the first time for my promotion; my current supervisor promoted the secretary of the office over me after I trained the employee.
Answered - Minority Business Development Agency (Former Employee) - Washington City, DC
Answered - Executive Assistant to the CFO (Former Employee) - Washington City, DC
It only happens every 10 years the census. I would never leave if I had a permanent position
Answered - Enumerator (Temporary) (Former Employee) - Bakersfield, CA
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Crystal City, VA
Lack of loyalty.
Answered - Fish Biologist (Former Employee) - Anchorage, AK
Lack of work
Answered - Field Supervisor (Current Employee) - New York, NY
Left because internship ended
Answered - Intern, Central Reexamination Unit (Former Employee) - Alexandria, VA