Lenders and authorities in Frisco, Texas are gearing up for the 2010 census early to ensure better accuracy in regards to funding.
As reported by the town’s local news source, The Star Telegram, the city’s population has steadily increased since the year 2000. The census is an accounting of the total number of individuals in the United States. Information is used to determine the distribution of billions of dollars annually for federally funded projects.
Frisco authorities are seeking to ensure that the accounting for Frisco will be truly representative of its total population, and reflect the widespread growth. Frisco will be seeking to hire up to 4,000 workers temporarily to participate in the 2010 counting. Pay for these positions will range from $14 to 17.50 according to The Star Telegram report. Authorities wish to obtain applicants to assist in the accounting of their own communities. Applications for these positions will be made available in 2010. Those with additional questions may call 1-866-861-2010 for more information.