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FAQs



  1. Where can I find Census 2000 data on people in the Armed Forces?
  2. Where can I find Census 2000 data on self-employed people or people in other class of worker categories?
  3. Do you have data on wealth (net worth/assets/debts/liabilities)?
  4. Where can I find reports presenting Census 2000 employment data?
  5. Where can I find data on average work hours or on average weeks worked?
  6. Where can I find Census 2000 data on employment or unemployment, including the unemployment rate?
  7. How are full-time/part-time and full year/part year workers defined in Census 2000 and the American Community Survey?




1. Where can I find Census 2000 data on people in the Armed Forces?

2. Where can I find Census 2000 data on self-employed people or people in other class of worker categories?

3. Do you have data on wealth (net worth/assets/debts/liabilities)?

4. Where can I find reports presenting Census 2000 employment data?

5. Where can I find data on average work hours or on average weeks worked?

6. Where can I find Census 2000 data on employment or unemployment, including the unemployment rate?

7. How are full-time/part-time and full year/part year workers defined in Census 2000 and the American Community Survey?



Contact the Demographic Call Center Staff at 301-763-2422 or 1-866-758-1060 (toll free) or visit ask.census.gov for further information on Labor Force Data.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Housing and Household Economic Statistics Division