The 2010 census is gearing up to employ about 8,000 Coloradans, providing a timely boost to an economy that has shed more than 10 times that many jobs in the past year.
"We still need people," said Lee Ann Morning, manager of the Denver Local Census Office. "And people want to work for us."
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Somebody at this paper really needs to read up on the broken window fallacy. I can't think of hardly any jobs as worthless as being a head counter for the government. It may not be as worthless as digging holes and filling them back in, but it adds about as much value to most peoples lives as hole digging would.