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You helped Us prepare, now make it complete. Respond to the 2020 Census. By participating in the 2018 Census Test, Providence County played an important role in helping the Census Bureau prepare for the 2020 Census. Providence County residents worked as census takers, talked about the importance of the census to the community, and responded. Thanks to your support, we know the 2020 Census is ready for the nation. Now, we need your response to make the 2020 Census complete. Even if you responded to the test, you still need to respond to the census. Beginning in mid-March, please respond online, by phone. or by mail to ensure Providence County and Rhode Island are accurately counted. Your response helps shape decisions about how billions of dollars in public funds flow into communities for schools, fire and emergency services. roads and bridges, and health clinics and hospitals. Work for the 2020 Census Be part of history and help your community, while earning extra money. Work hours are part-time and flexible. Apply to be a Census Taker. Jobs are temporary, offer paid training, and have flexible hours. Apply on-line at 2020census.gov/jobs. Shape your future United States Census 2020 START HERE > The U.S. Census Bureau is an Equal Opportunity Employer. You helped Us prepare, now make it complete. Respond to the 2020 Census. By participating in the 2018 Census Test, Providence County played an important role in helping the Census Bureau prepare for the 2020 Census. Providence County residents worked as census takers, talked about the importance of the census to the community, and responded. Thanks to your support, we know the 2020 Census is ready for the nation. Now, we need your response to make the 2020 Census complete. Even if you responded to the test, you still need to respond to the census. Beginning in mid-March, please respond online, by phone. or by mail to ensure Providence County and Rhode Island are accurately counted. Your response helps shape decisions about how billions of dollars in public funds flow into communities for schools, fire and emergency services. roads and bridges, and health clinics and hospitals. Work for the 2020 Census Be part of history and help your community, while earning extra money. Work hours are part-time and flexible. Apply to be a Census Taker. Jobs are temporary, offer paid training, and have flexible hours. Apply on-line at 2020census.gov/jobs. Shape your future United States Census 2020 START HERE > The U.S. Census Bureau is an Equal Opportunity Employer.