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One more census question: Anyone want these jobs?

Bureau seeking more applicants for thousands of positions

In Allston this week, Peter Nore, a Census Bureau recruiter, handed out fliers offering temporary work to Ronnie Blackiemore (above) and to Tina Schneider (below). Nore advertised the jobs with a sign on his back (below). In Allston this week, Peter Nore, a Census Bureau recruiter, handed out fliers offering temporary work to Ronnie Blackiemore (above) and to Tina Schneider (below). Nore advertised the jobs with a sign on his back (below). (Photos By Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff)
By Megan Woolhouse
Globe Staff / March 20, 2010

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Jobs may still be scarce, but one agency is having trouble finding enough applicants for work that pays almost $23 an hour: the US Census Bureau. (Full article: 841 words)

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