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August 13, 2019
ORLANDO, Fla. — Starting this month, an army of 40,000 U.S. Census Bureau workers equipped with laptops will fan out to neighborhoods around the country to verify and update addresses in preparation for the largest head count in United States history next spring.
The verification of addresses is the most labor-intensive component of the bureau's preparations this year for the 2020 count. The workers known as “listers” will cover about a third of the nation's physical area. The Census Bureau conducts a count of every U.S. resident every 10 years.
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