U.S. Census Bureau Increasing Pay to Find More Colorado Workers

If you’re looking for a job, the U.S. Census Bureau is increasing what it will pay Colorado workers in hopes of finding more employees for next year’s census count. 

The agency announced in a press release that it now plans to pay $16 an hour, an increase of $3 an hour from what it planned to pay. 

Colorado’s current unemployment rate is 2.7% creating a situation where there are more jobs than there are workers to fill them. 

The once a decade census count is set to begin in April.

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