Are there categories for Census Enumerators, or Justices of the Peace in the the U.S.?

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Maybe these categories already exist and I just can't find them.
WikiTree profile: Louis Beattie
in Policy and Style by C Ryder G2G6 Mach 8 (80.5k points)
JPs I can see as a category, but census enumerators?  Most countries do censuses every few years, every 10 in Canada, and enumerators are hired then.  It's certainly not a permanent job, so I don't see that it would be pertinent to add it as a category.
Danielle, I made the suggestion because we all benefit from and use information gathered from censuses. So one way or another we have a connection with census enumerators. Their signatures appear regularly on pages where we're primarily interested in family composition, names, ages, etc. It's a temporary job it is, but an important one, carried out by people who saw door to door and transcribed.

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Justices of the Peace has a category (although it is need of tons of work).

We do not yet have anything for Census Enumerators.

by Steve Harris G2G6 Pilot (432k points)
selected by Rubén Hernández
Thank you!  When I typed Justices of the Peace, the automatic suggestion was in England.

There are probably quite a number of census enumerators in our trees...
Oh, I see, we only have New Zealand and United Kingdom. How can I officially add an U.S. category? By state?
Thank you Rubén.
You are welcome, C.

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