The Census Bureau is making it easier to find jobs online using a new code format that will help employers fill out their job applications and verify their skills.
The Census Office released the code for its new job-seeking tool Monday.
The new code will be available for download at census.gov/jobs and will be automatically updated every 90 days.
The code will use two sets of information, known as the XLS and the CSV.
XLS documents contain information on job seekers’ education and experience.
They are a convenient way to track the skills and experience of candidates, according to Census.
The XLS documents are also commonly used by federal contractors to determine who will be hired.
Census.gov is also expanding its job search tool, which is designed to be easier to use and can be used to verify the accuracy of applicants’ responses.
The expanded tool will show job postings, search questions and related information.
The tool also allows employers to track and track their employees, even when they are away from their homes.
The XLS document format was developed by the Office of Management and Budget, which oversees the Census.
On Monday, the Census Office also released the new data on employment and unemployment for March.
The unemployment rate was 4.4 percent.
March’s unemployment rate of 4.6 percent is the lowest in over two decades.
While the data released Monday is a drop from last month’s monthly data, it is still an improvement over February’s data.
For February, the unemployment rate rose by 0.6 percentage points to 6.9 percent.