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Guam Census Bureau preps for big job

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by Heather Hauswirth

Guam - With the start of the New Year, the Guam Census Bureau is getting itself into readiness mode.  At this point there are six people currently working in managerial positions on staff. 

Local Census Office Manager Cecile Suda says she hopes their office will have 20 additional positions filled sometime in the next two weeks. As for the 358 enumerator positions - those hires should be finalized by March 1.

Suda says the office managers are currently processing the 42 positions they hope to add on in the next two weeks.  Said Suda, "We have part of our management team on board, we have six of our staff on board and we've started processing for the additional 42 people and the bulk of the hiring we are still interviewing and testing the rest to fill the other positions."

Census Day is April 1.

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