Census Bureau To Test How Controversial Citizenship Question Affects Responses
Next year, the U.S. Census Bureau is planning to launch its first-ever field test of a 2020 census form that includes the controversial citizenship
Census Bureau Looking For Sacramento Region Workers Now
The U.S. Census Bureau is kicking off recruiting efforts for the upcoming 2020 count. Spokeswoman Marna Davis says the Bureau is looking to hire about half-a-million adults across the country.
What Can We Learn From The US Federal Census Records?
There is just so much information out there for the family historian to try to digest. The US Federal census records is by far the most valuable resource that
ACLU says Census Bureau should stop driver license requests
A civil rights group is asking state motor vehicle agencies across the U.S. to reject a request from the U.S. Census Bureau for drivers' license records, saying it is part of a scheme to reduce the political power of minority groups.
Why Do People Move? Census Bureau Answers
Why do People Move? An in-depth look at reasons why people moved homes during the previous year. In total, 11.7 percent moved in the year. 48 percent moved for housing reasons
The Census Bureau Is in Crisis. Here’s Why It Matters to You
A humdrum bureaucratic hiccup within the Commerce Department could have a direct and profound impact on future elections, allocations of billions of dollars in federal funding, policy making at the federal, state and local levels and corporate decision making.
How Does the U.S. Census Bureau Count People Who Have More Than One Address?
The U.S. Census Bureau aims to count each person once—and only once—in the decennial census. It does that by determining how many people live at a every residential address But how does it count people with more than one address? Or military personnel deployed overseas? Or people incarcerated in correctional facilities? Or those who live in different places at different times of the year or who don’t have an address at all? The answer is… it depends! And the answer matters because where…
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The Census Bureau is a recognized expert in the fields of cartography and geographic programs.
The Exhausting Ordeal of the Census Bureau’s Top Scientist
Litigation over adding a citizenship question gave voice to data expert John Abowd.
Census Bureau want to change how people are counted in 2020
Despite plans to change how citizens are counted in the constitutionally required census, observers say the U.S. Census Bureau won’t be able to
Despite how the Census Bureau now treats it, “Hispanic/Latino” is not a race
March 17, 2017 By Esther J. Cepeda The U.S. Census Bureau has been experimenting with alternate versions of the race and ethnicity section of its National Content Test Research Study. The bureau hopes that by the next census in 2020, it can more accurately tally Hispanics and other newly prominent minority groups. Basically, the bureau found in its recently released 2015 study that if the format…
The Census Bureau is hiring in Jeffersonville. Here's how to get a job
With the 2020 census coming up, the National Processing Center in Jeffersonville, Indiana, is planning to hire "thousands" of employees.
Census Bureau Must Be 'Totally Objective' On Citizenship Question, Director Says
Responding to President Trump's tweet defending the controversial question, Steven Dillingham says his job will be "to conduct a census whether the question's in there or if it isn't."
Top ten facts on Irish Americans from the US Census Bureau
IrishCentral looks at the top figures for Irish Americans in the US.
Here's Why The Census Bureau May Be In Your Neighborhood Before The 2020 Count
Census Bureau workers are spreading out across the U.S. to make sure they have a list of every home address for next year's head count. Getting left out could lead to an inaccurate 2020 census.
The Census Bureau could be in crisis — here's why it should matter to you
This Riverside event will tell you how to apply for a Census Bureau job
Census and county officials will share information Thursday, Oct. 4, on Southern California positions that will open in January 2019.
How Census Bureau Data Can Help Older Americans Afford Housing
King County, Wash., increased enrollment in a housing affordability program for older Americans using the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey.
Here's how the Census Bureau can find out who's a citizen
When originally asked to consider adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census, Census Bureau leadership had a clear position: It's a bad idea.
Why Is The Census Bureau Still Asking A Citizenship Question On Forms?
Courts have permanently blocked the Trump administration from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census. But the Census Bureau is continuing to send surveys that ask about citizenship status.