2010 census: Counting (On) You - Part IV: Employment Opportunities with the 2010 Census - 03/01/10 06:41 AM
Counting (On) You - Part IV - Employment Opportunities with the 2010 Census
 The U.S. Census Bureau is looking for people to become a part of the 2010 Census Team.  Some of the benefits:
Earn good pay Get paid weekly Work flexible hours Receive reimbursement for authorized mileage and other work-related expenses Help your community have a successful 2010 Census Some of the positions that must be filled:
Census Takers (aka Enumerators) Census Crew Leaders Census Crew Leader Assistants Recruiting Assistants Census Clerks You will have to take and pass a test.  All census data received is confidential.  All Census Bureau … (3 comments)

2010 census: Counting (On) You - Part III: Counting Every Person in Addison, TX in the 2010 Census - 02/14/10 02:34 AM
Counting (On) You - Part III - Counting Every Person in Addison, TX in the 2010 Census.
You count!  Before April 1, 2010, make sure you are counted!
Part I covered the requirement of conducting the 2010 Census and the formation of the Addison, Texas Complete Count Committee.
Part II discussed the 5 key steps to counting everyone in the U.S.
In this, Part III,  let's look what the Addison Complete Count Committee is doing and why, to make sure that Addison is accurately counted so that it gets its fair share of the $400 billion allocation of federal funds to communities.
Addison has been … (2 comments)

2010 census: Counting (On) You - Part II - 01/12/10 08:39 AM
Counting (On) You - Part II - The Key Steps To Counting Every Person in the Nation.
You count!  Before April 1, 2010, make sure you are counted!
Part I covered the requirement of conducting the 2010 Census and the formation of the Addison, Texas Complete Count Committee.
Now let's look at the 5 key steps to counting everyone in the U.S.
Step 1: Between April and July last year (2009), census workers canvassed the country to update addresses and maps from the previous census.  I was surprised to see an old friend on my street, collecting information.   She had a short-term, part … (3 comments)

2010 census: Counting (On) You - Part I - 01/07/10 08:15 AM
Counting (On) You - Part I
You count!  Before April 1, 2010, make sure you are counted!
The U.S. Constitution requires a national census once every ten years to count the population residing within the United States. This is done for multiple reasons, including:
determining the number of seats each state will have in the U.S. House of Representatives determining the boundaries for state and local legislative and congressional districts determining the yearly allocation of more than $400 Billion of federal money which is based, in part, on census data determining locations for retail stores, schools, hospitals, new housing developments, and other … (1 comments)

2010 census: Addison Fast Facts - 12/10/09 10:57 AM
Addison Fast Facts
Here's a quick snapshot of Addison, Texas.
2008 Population: 15,300 Median age of Addison residents: 31.6 Median Addison household income: $48,566 Average Addison household income: $70,808 Number of Addison households: 7,621 Total employment in Addison: 45,650 Square miles in Addison: 4.3 Developable land remaining in Addison: 6% Housing units in Addison: owner occupied, 19.8%,  renter occupied, 80.2% Education level of Addison residents: 44.6% with bachelor's degree or higher Major employers in Addison:Affirmative Insurance HoldingsBarrett Burke Wilson & CastleConcentr Health ServicesPizza Hut (will be relocating corporate offices in 2010)General Electric CorporationHotel IntercontinentalBank of AmericaMary Kay Cosmetics The population information comes … (1 comments)

 
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