United States Census Bureau employees earn $16 per hour on average, or $34,000 annually, which is 49% lower than the national salary average of $56,000 per year. According to our data, the highest paying job at United States Census Bureau is a Systems Administrator at $99,000 annually while the lowest paying job at United States Census Bureau is a IT Clerk at $21,500 annually.See all United States Census Bureau salaries »
"I felt that I was underpaid for the work and experience that I have. During a change in management they appreciated my quality of work but did not advance my career salary for the work I was giving my branch and co-workers."
"It was an underpaid position for the amount of work."
"We are only allowed Federal minimum wages at the time."
"Underpaid for the hours I had to put in."
"I wasn't paid very well, but this is because I was only a temporary enumerator for the large volume census. Compared with other temporary positions this is an average pay grade."
"I feel I'm underpaid. Right now I am getting 95000$ P/A."
"Under paid, the role is challenging, requiring managing engineers and also managing work."
"I got paid on time and I did not get over paid."
"Underpaid. Younger people get promoted and earn more because they are younger."
"Government jobs are known to pay less than the private sector."
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