Do you know how to use a mouse? That's one of the requirements for these government of Canada jobs that are being filled right now and you basically need no experience. If you get the job, you would be helping out with the 2021 census.\nStatistics Canada is hiring for 72 administrative assistant positions for next year's census with work happening between October 2020 and August 2021.\nThe salary is between $47,729 and $51,518.\nWith these jobs, you would be working exclusively from home and not in an actual workplace like an office building.\nEditor's Choice: The 'Schitt's Creek' Cast Went To See The CN Tower Lit Up In Gold & They Were Starstruck\nWhat are the requirements?\nHowever, you do have to live within an 80-kilometre radius of the areas that Statistics Canada is looking to hire from.\nWhen it comes to requirements, there aren't actually that many needed for you to be considered.\nYou need to have completed two years of secondary school or have an acceptable combination of education, training and/or experience.\nAlso, you need to have experience with general administrative support in an office and basic computer functions.\nThat means operating a mouse, using a keyboard, opening and closing and finding software programs and files.\nAt a later date, your ability to communicate in writing, work in a team, adapt to changing priorities and respect deadlines will be looked at.\nApplications for these positions close on October 31 at 12:59 p.m. PT.\n🚨Over 72 administrative assistant positions to fill across Canada. 🚨@StatCan_eng is looking for qualified candidates for the 2021 census.This is your chance! 👉 Apply before October 31, 2020.https://t.co/4oYDcdn4Kh— GC Jobs (@jobs_gc) September 21, 2020\nWho can apply?\nSince this is for the census, which is a snapshot of the population, positions are available across the country from east to west and north to south.\nStatistics Canada is looking for people in every single province and territory.\nIf you want to apply, you could be considered no matter where you live in the country.\nView this post on Instagram After a 10 year wait feeling kind of ripped off that I only got the short form census to fill out! #canadacensus #statisticscanada #researchbackontrack A post shared by Barbara Mitchell (@barbandcleo) on May 3, 2016 at 11:31am PDT\nWhat happens after I get hired?\nIf you get hired, your duties would include having a great attention to detail, scheduling and organizing any type of activity or calendar, working in a high paced environment, communicating efficiently, working with a computer and different software programs.\nYou also need to have reliable internet access at your home and have a private space where you can make confidential phone calls.\nThere are a bunch of other jobs available for Canadians with little to no experience required, like a post office assistant with Canada Post.\nSome in Ottawa pay up to $22 an hour and some in Vancouver are perfect for dog lovers.