If you’re a respectful and dependable person, this job could be for you. Statistics Canada is hiring interviewers across the country right now and you don’t need a degree or any specific experience to apply. You can even work from the comfort of your own home!\nIf you’ve ever considered working for the Government of Canada, this role may be what you’re looking for.\nStatistics Canada is currently hiring “interviewers” in various locations across the country, and they’ll even let you work from home.\nThe role pays between $17.83 and $21.78 per hour, which is much higher than minimum wage in all provinces and territories.\nThe agency is also offering a respectful work environment, bonuses for evening and weekend work and Public Service benefits like health and dental.\nApplications are open right now and close on October 30, 2020.\nEditor's Choice: Ontario Has Almost 500 New Cases Of COVID-19 & It's The Highest Jump In Months\n\n View this post on Instagram If you haven't already, please take part in Statistics Canada/Statistique Canada's survey on the impact of COVID-19 on Canadians: https://bit.ly/2XeQtKE Your country, province, and municipality need reliable information on the current economic and social situation, as well as on people's physical and mental health, to effectively assess the needs of communities and implement suitable support measures during and after the pandemic: The survey should only take 5 minutes and is available to you until April 16. . . . . . #BrantLibrary #BeWellBrant #StatsCan #StatisticsCanada A post shared by County Of Brant Public Library (@brantcountypubliclibrary) on Apr 14, 2020 at 11:01am PDT\n\nWhat does an "interviewer" do?\nIn the job description, Statistics Canada explains that it employs thousands of interviewers across the country.\nThese people conduct more than 2.5 million interviews every year and are largely responsible for the success of the agency’s surveys.\nYou’d be responsible for asking questions via mail, telephone, and potentially in person. \nDue to the COVID-19 pandemic, interviewers are currently working alongside provincial and territorial governments to help with tracking and contact tracing, and data collection and reporting.\nStaff are also required to respect Canadians’ privacy and secrecy at all times, which is “central” to the role of an interviewer. \n\n View this post on Instagram Today is #WorldTourismDay! ✈️ #DYK? In the first half of 2020, Canada welcomed 4.2 million travellers from abroad. . . . #tourism #travel #statistics #statisticscanada A post shared by Statistics Canada (@statcan_eng) on Sep 27, 2020 at 8:00am PDT\n\nWhat are the requirements?\nDespite the impressive hourly salary, you don’t need tons of experience or a degree-level education to apply.\nWhile the job listing says an ideal candidate would have completed high school, it notes that different combinations of education, training and experience may also be accepted.\nNo previous experience is necessary, but a background in customer service or dealing with the public would be an asset.\nThe agency says they’re looking for someone who’s respectful and dependable and who has good communication skills.\nThe current jobs are open to anybody who is eligible to work in Canada. As the positions are currently WFH, you can apply from anywhere in the country, too!\n\n View this post on Instagram are we so doing #statscanselfies? just completed my #nationaltravelsurvey! #statscan #statistics #censusselfie #statisticscanada A post shared by Estelle Hjertaas (@ehjertaas) on Mar 12, 2019 at 3:05pm PDT\n\nHow can I apply?\nTo apply for this role, you’ll need to provide a resume and at least two references. \nThe process can be completed online, through the Government of Canada website.\nIf you are successful, Statistics Canada will get in touch. They note that, unfortunately, they will only respond to those selected for further consideration.\nIf that doesn’t work out, there’s plenty of different government agencies that are also hiring.\nStatistics Canada is also employing administrative assistants and Health Canada has positions that pay up to $107,000 per year!\nThe Canadian Armed Forces also have tons of roles up for grabs right now, including firefighters, cooks and divers.