RE: Census Pay. . .
I'd love to but I have a wife, teenaged son, two dogs and about 9,000 books
in our midtown one-bedroom. The fire escape is available, but it's 9 degrees
farenheit. Maybe the census job in Philly is a better idea.
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> Hi, Folks!
> Kathy wrote:
> >Adam, markets are so interesting. Our office got a postcard today
> >residential customer listing census takers at 9.25 per hour. Oh well,
> >IS Waco, TX! Kathy
> Well, here in the Philadelphia suburbs, the Census folks are offering $11
> $14/hour. My cousin, me and several of my gardeners LEAPED to take the
> Census test -- we may all have "food security" but cash is a scarce
> commodity! ;-) And besides, who better than community gardeners, who KNOW
> their neighbors, to go out there and round everyone up to be counted! ;-)
> That said, in the interests of maximizing my cash for the least effort,
> come to NY to count noses if Adman will put me up! ;-D
> Dorene Pasekoff, Coordinator
> St. John's Organic Community Garden
> A mission of
> St. John's United Church of Christ, 315 Gay Street, Phoenixville, PA
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