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2,000 Census Workers Still Needed In Amarillo

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By KFDA Assignments Desk

Amarillo, Texas - United States Census workers tell us they are still in need of 2,000 workers for part-time work with the 2010 Census. They say the hours are flexible and positions vary. The pay range for local workers is from $8.00/hr up to $24.00/hr depending on your position.

In order to work for the Census office, you must first complete a short test. A testing event will be held for the public on Tuesday, March 16th at 6:00 at the Region 16 building located at Hillside and Bell St. in Amarillo. Practice test will be given at 5:30 prior to the event. You will need to bring a photo ID, a Birth Certificate, or a Passport to be eligible. For any additional information, you can go to www.census.gov or call 1(866) 861-2010.

 

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