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The US Census Bureau is looking for temporary workers to help with the count.
And the Bureau has raised the per-hour pay in North Dakota, in part because of the state’s low unemployment rate.
The Census Office Manager for the state Commerce Department, Kevin Iverson, said in western North Dakota, the pay has been upped from $17 to $21 an hour, while in the eastern counties, it went from $15.50 to $18. The exception is Cass County, where the pay is now $21 an hour.