“The next Census will occur in April, and it is vitally important to Ohio’s economic future. The results form the basis of every population-driven decision that affects Ohioans, including where to build factories, hospitals, roads, and schools. The Census determines the distribution of more than $675 billion in federal funding to local communities and Ohio’s representation in Congress. If projections continue their downward trend, Ohio will lose one seat in Congress. Please join us in raising community awareness of the 2020 Census. All citizens need to know that the count is coming in April and that it is easy, safe, and important to be counted. This is the first time that you will be able to complete the Census survey online. Each household will receive a card in the mail with a password for submitting information. If you do not have internet access, please use a computer at their nearest library or OhioMeansJobs center. Please visit Census.ohio.gov to learn about Census jobs that are available. The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring for a variety of temporary positions throughout the state. The jobs include Census takers, recruiters, office staff, and more, with pay ranging from $14 to $32 per hour.”
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