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Jul 07, 2019 - Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minnesota)

Signs outside the community center in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis recently touted a job opening with great pay and flexible hours.

That's what drew Farhiyo Mohamed, 26, of Minneapolis, to the hiring event for 2020 census workers organized by a local nonprofit, Pillsbury United Communities. The college student was looking for part-time work between attending classes and, as a Somali immigrant who speaks three languages, she said she could convey to other immigrants why t...