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census taker

noun
1.
a person who gathers information for a census.
Origin
1830-1840
1830-40, Americanism
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  • The census taker wants to know what time you leave for work.
  • Any household that did not complete its form will still be visited by a census taker.
  • As a census taker, you will be paid on a weekly basis, either by direct deposit or by mail.
  • Working as a census taker is an excellent way to earn good pay and add to your work experience.
  • If you don't send back your form, you may receive a visit from a census taker.
  • Whatever your situation may be, consider becoming a census taker.
  • If you don't mail the form back, you may receive a visit from a census taker, who will ask you the questions from the form.
  • Most work conducted as a census taker requires that you work a flexible schedule.
  • As a census taker, you'll play a vital role in making sure that everyone is included.
  • They are not in alphabetical order, but are in the order of the houses visited by the census taker for each hundred.

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