Census Bureau will hire 47,000 people in Wisconsin
The U.S. Census Bureau will hire 47,000 people in Wisconsin to help conduct next year's census.
Most will visit the homes of people who don't return the forms they'll get in the mail next March.
The nation's annual population count takes place every 10 years.
It not only tells us about ourselves. It determines how much federal aid each state and community gets, and it's used to help create new congressional and state legislative districts.