2010 Census supervisors in Lousiana systematically encourage employees to commit payroll fraud in the 2010 Census and shine light on hiring practices Song “That Day” Used with Permission Copyright 2009 Anthony Dini Music http://bit.ly/c33loX.
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From the office of Minority Leader Boehner:
Losing Their Census: Obama Administration Already Distorting May Job Figures
Experts Say Overwhelming Majority of May Job Growth Fueled By Temporary, Taxpayer-Funded Census Workers
Washington, Jun 2 – This Friday, the Labor Department will release its monthly jobs report, which is expected to show an increase in U.S. employment. How much of an increase depends once again on the amount of temporary, taxpayer-funded workers hired to conduct the 2010 Census. Both President Obama and Vice President Biden have already begun touting the report while failing to acknowledge that, according to one economist’s estimate, more than 400,000 of the new jobs are temporary government jobs sparked by the once-a-decade Census. This means that, according to this estimate, roughly three out of every four new jobs created in the month of May went to temporary, taxpayer-funded Census workers.
But that trend won’t last long. As the U.S. Census has itself documented, census hiring peaked during the first week of May (at 585,729 workers) – up from just 127,412 workers during the first week of April. However, the Census expects that number to decline rapidly in the coming months.