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The U.S. census is in progress after several (about 6) vital months of delay for a trial that should never have occurred. This delay sent the agency into a frenzied dash to hire and train people to do this important work. The delay put available people in contention with retailers gathering help for the holiday season. The census jobs are all temporary and last from 8 weeks to a year. The idea that they are temporary jobs turns some people off but the average pay rate is well above the minimum wage. It has now become a mad dash to move towards the actual work with the available people. This has created some issues that rival or mirror some cartoon characters’ actions. As with any operation, success depends on good or proper management and the right people doing the right job. Unfortunately, that is not happening locally.

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