MADISON (AP)-- The U.S. Census Bureau still needs workers in Wisconsin.
State residents are set to receive their census forms in less than a month. The bureau says it wants 48,000 workers in the state and they still have hundreds of openings.
The jobs last between two weeks and six weeks. They pay between $11.50 and $15 an hour.
Applicants must undergo a background check and take a skills test. Applicants can take tests almost daily around the state.
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