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Interview Question

Enumerator Interview Saginaw, MI

Any living quarters occupied by ten or more unrelated

  persons is called a group quarters. Examples of a group quarters are worker’s dormitories, boarding houses, halfway houses, convents, etc. In addition, college dormitories, fraternity houses, or nurse’s dormitories are always considered to be a group quarters, regardless of the number of students who live there. Which of the following is a group quarters?

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A medical office where 11 people live

Interview Candidate on Feb 8, 2011

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